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CHAPTER 5 The Sense of Injustice Edmund N. Cahn’s The Sense of Injustice (New York University Press, 1949) is not the sort of book you are likely to pick up when you are preparing for trial. Cahn doesn’t discuss how to make opening statements or closing arguments. He doesn’t explain the rules of discovery, analyze direct or cross-examination, or evaluate tactical moves during trial. Cahn talks about justice, and he has a deceptively simple idea. Talk about justice is nothing new, particularly...

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