presentation of testimony

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State courts have, however, recognized that modifications to the traditional presentation of testimony may be appropriate in certain situations involving vulnerable witnesses.
The final phase of the training was conducted at the Fort Benning courtroom, where a former military judge and trial defense attorneys from the Fort Benning Staff Judge Advocate's Office facilitated the DST presentation of testimony in a mock courtroom.
The DPAs internal staff will work with the consultant(s) in the preparation and presentation of testimony and exhibits and may participate in certain areas of the case which could be incorporated in the consultants testimony.
The attorneys "will be given the opportunity to respond through argument of their own attorneys, presentation of testimony, and/or the admission of other evidence, as counsel and their attorneys deem appropriate and advisable, and at the discretion of the Court," Holmes wrote in his notice last week.
Sharpened trial skills--what evidence to secure, the sequence and presentation of testimony, and the tools of persuasion--are fundamental to securing justice.
The National Highway Institute, a training arm of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), has updated its Eminent Domain Training for Attorneys and Appraisers course (NHI 141036).The course is designed to enhance the performance of attorneys, appraisers, and other expert witnesses in the delivery and presentation of testimony and arguments in a courtroom setting to obtain realistic court awards in eminent domain proceedings.
I have over the years watched the presentation of testimony before Congressional committees and am struck with how ineffective these have been.
On the most elementary level it is an exercise in translating spoken syntax into written syntax and demands some consideration of the role of grammar and orthography in the presentation of testimony. Students must decide to what extent they feel it necessary to the fieldwork experience to include false starts, or locutions, such as ers, ahs, and ums.
The plaintiffs' presentation of testimony and exhibits at trial was equally artful.
In most instances this date is not significant to the presentation of testimony. In some instances, however, an expert witness may be asked to analyze factors as of the date of testimony.
Staff will be available to perform field examination tasks and work with or, if needed, on behalf of the consultant(s) in the preparation and presentation of testimony and exhibits.
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure provide that courts may "for good cause shown in compelling circumstances and upon appropriate safeguards, permit presentation of testimony in open court by contemporaneous transmission from a different location."(3) Compelling circumstances have been found when

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