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This program was recorded on December 4, 2018
This course will demonstrate creative and effective methods of presenting documents to a jury in opening statement, using those exhibits in the direct and cross examinations of witnesses, and crushing your opponent in closing argument to obtain a verdict in your favor. We will also discuss the document selection process, best methods of introducing evidence, and how to keep the jury’s attention and focus. Other topics explored will include how to uncomplicate lengthy documentary evidence, how to convey the true meaning of applicable jury instructions, and how to use your (and the other side’s) documents to enhance and maintain your believability and credibility throughout the duration of trial.
Brian H Bieber
Brian Bieber is a shareholder with the Miami law firm of GrayRobinson, P.A. He and his law partner Joel Hirschhorn, formally of Hirschhorn & Bieber, P.A., merged with the firm in November of 2013. He is engaged in criminal and civil white collar defense litigation (both high profile and extremely confidential) for corporate executives, prominent clients, ordinary citizens, as well as small, midsized and major multimillion-dollar businesses, in all federal and state courts at the trial and appellate levels. Brian concentrates on the defense of fraud in the areas of banking, bankruptcy, computer, environmental health care, insurance, mail, mortgage, pharmaceutical, real estate, tax, wire, and other types. Additionally, he defends clients charged with violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”), money laundering and “RICO” statutes, regulatory matters, Native American and Gaming laws. Brian has represented clients’ interests in Belgium, the U.S. and British Virgin Islands, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Honduras, Italy, Lebanon, Luxembourg, Peru, Spain, and Syria. He also represents individuals and corporations involved in grand jury investigations. Brian has successfully represented, by way of dismissals before trial, and acquittals by juries, numerous clients charged with serious criminal activity who were facing lengthy prison sentences if convicted.
1 General Credit
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- START WITH THE END
- HOW DO YOU GET THERE?
- THE PRESENTATION
- HOW DO YOU GET THE DOCUMENTS INTO EVIDENCE?
- OPENING STATEMENT
- CLOSING ARGUMENT
- CLOSE WITH JURY INSTRUCTIONS