The Good, The Bad, & The Reversible In Closing Arguments
American Bar Association
August 08, 2016
Adrian K. Felix discusses the good, the bad, and the reversible during a trial's closing arguments at the American Bar Association's 2016 Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California.
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