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tactics from time to time in order to secure a victory.” Apparently, assuming that procedural and evidentiary rules are no longer learned by aspiring trial lawyers, those thus uninformed are advised that, “The line can only be found by crossing it.” And, “Unless I’m told it’s against the rules, it’s not against the rules.” The article sums up: It is easy for the trial attorney to become boxed in by the law—to believe that only responses to questions are evidence and that “evidence” as defined...

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