This chapter describes the procedures in the preparation of witnesses. Lawyers may lack the time—and, more importantly, the skills—to determine how effective their witnesses will be before the jury. Witness preparation is clearly a topic fraught with temptations to exceed what is ethical and legal; the chapter provides a framework for distinguishing among various actions in this gray area.
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