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April 21, 2020 Gavel Talks | Season 2 - Episode 6

Trial, Admissibility, Expert vs. Lay Witnesses, Investigating Jurors

Featuring the Hon. Ronald J. Hedges, (Ret.), New York, NY

Attorneys must make many decisions as they prepare for trial. These include whether and how to move a particular exhibit into evidence, whether testimony should be presented through an expert or lay witness, and whether and how to investigate prospective jurors. This Gavel Talks will look at the decision-making process – and consider objections that might be raised by adversaries – for the benefit of judges, attorneys, and law students.

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