Key Takeaways From the Dewey & Leboeuf Trials
Federal Bar Association
September 14, 2017
Scott Wagner moderates a CLE panel discussing defense and prosecution strategies, tactics, and lessons learned from the Dewey and Leboeuf trials at the Federal Bar Association's Annual Meeting and Convention in Atlanta, Georgia.
The panel explores strategies employed by the prosecution and defense from criminal and civil perspectives. Topics include jury selection, opening and closing arguments, witness presentation, and the media's effect during a trial. Insight from respected legal professionals and case insiders shed light on the highly publicized case.
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