Books on trial practice

Sources for stories, myths, and fables

Sources for stories, myths, and fables

I’ve been meaning to look for good collections of stories and myths to read, in the search for better ways...

Trial by Fire

Trial by Fire

I’ve just finished reading Trial by Fire by Gerry Spence, a blow-by-blow account of Miss Wyoming’s defamation suit against Penthouse...

Mitigation and point of view

Mitigation and point of view

Whether a client’s goal is a dismissal, an acquittal, a reduced charge or a reduced sentence, I’ve found that mitigation...

Gunning for Justice

Gunning for Justice

If you pick one book to read by Gerry Spence, it should be Win Your Case.  If you want to...

Win Your Case

Win Your Case

In Win Your Case, Gerry Spence describes his approach to trying cases, and essentially lays out the method that is...

The Writer’s Journey

The Writer’s Journey

The Writer’s Journey, by Christopher Vogler, I consider one of the more important books that I have read in the...

Cross-Examination: Science & Techniques

Cross-Examination: Science & Techniques

This book, by Larry Pozner and Roger Dodd, was the first law-book that I bought after I graduated law school. ...

Anatomy of Injustice

Anatomy of Injustice

I’ve just finished reading Raymond Bonner’s book Anatomy of Injustice, which chronicles Edward Lee Elmore’s 30 year quest for justice...

Books

Books

Over time, I’m going to add some blog posts about books as I read them, in their own category on...