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Goldberg, Jay

Verlag: Xlibris, 2012
ISBN 10: 1477108238 / ISBN 13: 9781477108239
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Verlag: Xlibris

Erscheinungsdatum: 2012

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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Preparation and Trial of a Federal Criminal Case will be valuable not only to the experienced federal criminal practitioner, but will be of greater importance to the lawyer engaged in general practice. This book provides case authority, necessary forms, ways to maximize discovery, and techniques one should make use of in order to position his client so that he can obtain an acquittal. The task of trying a criminal case is extremely complicated. Cases are tried in wonderful settings, but the off putting fact is that prosecutors are given a preference; their word means more than that of defense counsel. One need only read Justice White s opinion (dissenting and concurring) in United States v. Wade, 388 U.S. 218, at 250 (1967) and compare it with Justice Sutherland s opinion in Berger v. United States, 295 U.S. 78, at 88 (1935) to see how judges and even juries according to Justice Sutherland expect that the prosecutor will only proceed against those who are guilty. One who undertakes the trial of a criminal case thus has great responsibility: to know the law in order to protect the record, to know techniques to be effective at trial, and to have the necessary skill to make the best opening, conduct direct and effective cross examination, how to deal with the judge, and to give a winning summation. A combination of your skills as a trial lawyer in general practice and use of the techniques discussed in this book will enable you to expand your practice into the field of trying federal criminal cases. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE_book_usedgood_1477108238

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This is a how-to book with techniques for handling a federal criminal case.  It reads as a step-by-step walk through of federal criminal practice, complete with case law, and it will familiarize the reader with the necessary knowledge to feel comfortable trying a case.  The following areas are addressed: Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, Federal Rules of Evidence, pre-trial negotiation, joint-defense agreement, discovery demand, motion practice, plea agreement, jury selection, opening statement, direct examination, cross-examination, summation, and sentencing, along with many other topics.

This book is complete with examples of a jury questionnaire, opening arguments, cross-examinations, and summations, including the renowned opening argument and summation given by Jay Goldberg in United States v. Myerson, Gabel and Capasso, as well as and excerpt of Mr. Goldberg's  brilliant cross-examination of Salvatore "the Bull" Gravano, which was featured in John Nicholas Iannuzzi's book, Handbook of Cross Examination: The Mosaic Art (Prentice Hall 1992).

Über den Autor: Jay Goldberg is former Acting United States Attorney, Northern District of Indiana; Special Attorney and Counselor to the United States Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.; Assistant District Attorney, New York County; and graduate of Harvard Law School.
In a poll conducted by a New York Magazine, lawyers and judges were asked to answer this question: "Who are Manhattan's Most Powerful, Talented, and Fearsome Prosecutors and Defenders?"  The survey resulted in the following statement:  "Jay Goldberg is a lawyer's lawyer, a defense attorney who colleagues and prosecutors alike cite as exemplary of the mix of qualities that make a lawyer effective...He is the best pure trial lawyer in town." 

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