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978-0-07-033041-2 / 9780070330412

Jury Selection (Trial practice series)

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Publisher:Shepards/Mcgraw-Hill

Edition:Hardcover

Language:English

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This book is written for lawyers who try jury cases. It is NOT a philosophical, historical,or theoretical book on the jury system. It is intended to be a comprehensive, practical volume on the all-important matter of jury selection in both civil and criminal cases. While subjects closely related to jury selection will be included in the text, the central theme of the book is the art of selecting a jury. A large part of the treatise will be devoted to the voir dire examination, with particular emphasis on the practical aspects of selecting a jury which will be impartial and responsive to the evidence produced on trial. Jury selection and procedures involved in the various Federal and state jurisdictions are covered. The reader will find material on peremptory challenges, challenges for cause, and specific grounds for challege, such as preconceived opinions, sympathy and prejudice against the death penalty.

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