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Best Fromhostagetohero podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Fromhostagetohero podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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You are your client's last hope. If you don't get this right, they'll leave with nothing. You've got to sacrifice everything when you become a trial attorney. Baloney. You are -not- your client's last hope, and thinking you are screws everything up. You have to have strong boundaries in order to do this work; boundaries empower you and allows you t…
 
In my webinar with Jesse Wilson we talked about how to harness the power of the underdog. In that webinar, we talked about three ways you victimize your client, yourself and the jurors. I've taken the highlights from that webinar and put them in this podcast. Learn how to make the underdog story work for you. Listen to this podcast to learn more.…
 
What are the main tools of a defense attorney? As Rick Friedman, in his book Rules of the Road, says: Confusion, Complexity and Ambiguity So why are you playing into their game? Your job as a plaintiff attorney is to communicate a simple, clear story. It's -not- to jump in after every defense theory and defend it as if your life depended on it. Lis…
 
You get bad feedback from a juror in a focus group, mock jury or after trial. That means you should NEVER do that thing AGAIN. Right? Wrong. You have to learn how to translate juror feedback by looking at the larger picture. That, and sometimes we do things, on purpose, that the jury won't like. Give this podcast a listen to learn more.…
 
If you're working hard to follow up with jurors in voir dire, you're working too hard. There are really only three questions you need to follow up. You're making it too hard my friends. It really is more simple than you think to follow up. Give this episode a listen and put these three questions in your back pocket for the next time you're in voir …
 
Anyone out there going through a transition? (My hand is raised.) Transitions are hard. But they don't have to be. William Bridges, author of Transitions offers some great insight into the three phases of any transition which I'll break down for you in this episode. Give this episode a listen to learn how to navigate any transition you're experienc…
 
There are four steps you need to take to move jurors from hostage to hero. But what you may not realize is that you've already taken those steps yourself, before you even entered the courtroom. Understanding how you've carried the burden of your case and how the jurors must now carry it is extremely important. Give this episode a listen to learn mo…
 
What's a devil's advocate question? How do you use it? Why is it important? This podcast episode will answer those questions and more. If you're having trouble figuring out how to deal with defense arguments in your voir dire or wondering how to test whether jurors really believe what they say they do, you've GOT to have the devil's advocate questi…
 
As humans, we're ALL about beginnings and endings. When should I start a diet? Monday, of course. What's the best part of running a marathon? The end, duh. This preference for beginnings and endings, however, causes you to miss out on the most important part: the middle. The magic is in the middle. Whatever goal you have, whatever it is you're tryi…
 
Presenting in the courtroom carries with it a million tasks that can be overwhelming both for you and for the jury. More often than not, you’re overcomplicating things. Would you be surprised to hear that there are really only three things that you need to do in trial? Recognizing that will help you simplify and get intentional. Give this podcast a…
 
Long, complex opening statements with lots of legal jargon leads to bored, confused jurors who tune out. Are you making these mistakes in opening? Your opening should be "sticky" so jurors can remember your theme all the way into the verdict room. Opening is your one time to "hum the tune" so to speak of your trial themes. But making these three mi…
 
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