Saturday, December 20, 2003

Jefferson Guilty, Napoleon Not, Scalia Decides in a Mock Trial

AP

Sounds like it was kind of similar to this Jefferson-Hamilton reenactment, which was excellent. Maybe it was the same Jefferson - this guy really had his stuff down. Fun.

1 comment:

Jeremie Talboom said...

Well, Often a witness cannot be judged until they are exposed to the stress of the mock trial reviewed by video deposition reporters Philadelphia. It is always best to learn the strengths and weaknesses of a witness early, not when it is too late to make a difference in their preparation or presentation style. Accordingly, the visual presentation must be given considerable weight in a mock trial

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