By Terence Anderson, David Schum, William Twining
This widely revised moment variation covers the fundamental thoughts and ideas underlying the common sense of facts; the makes use of and hazards of story-telling; percentages and evidence; the chart process and different equipment of reading and ordering proof. they're used in fact-investigation, getting ready for trial, and in reference to different vital judgements in criminal procedures and legal research and intelligence research. lots of the chapters within the new version were rewritten; the therapy of truth research, chances and narrative has been prolonged; and new examples and routines were further.
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Then according to you, he had an appointment some time between midnight and ﬁve-thirty –” “We can draw it much ﬁner than that. Remember, it takes him four hours to walk the distance. m. If he doesn’t take that, but starts at the same time, he won’t arrive at his destination until four-thirty. On the other hand, if he takes the ﬁrst bus in the morning, he will arrive around ﬁve-thirty. ” “Precisely. ” “Yes, I see that,” I said. ” He nodded, silent and thoughtful. For some queer reason I could not explain, I did not feel like interrupting his thoughts.
I had made the mistake of departing from my prepared speech to criticize a statement my predecessor in the ofﬁce of County Attorney had made to the press. I had drawn a number of inferences from his statement and had thus left myself open to a rebuttal which he had promptly made and which had the effect of making me appear intellectually dishonest. I was new to this political game, having but a few months before left the Law School faculty to become the Reform Party candidate for County Attorney.
It’s the ‘especially’ phrase again,” he said. “The speaker does not say that a nine-mile walk in the rain is no joke, but merely the walk – just the distance, mind you – is no joke. Now, nine miles is not such a terribly long distance. You walk more than half that in eighteen holes of golf – and golf is an old man’s game,” he added slyly. I play golf. “Well, that would be all right under ordinary circumstances,” I said, “But there are other possibilities. ” “Yes,” and Nicky was sarcastic, “and the speaker might be one-legged.
Analysis of Evidence (2nd Edition) (Law in Context) by Terence Anderson, David Schum, William Twining