Practicing the craft of trial is essential to its mastery. In addition, written analysis of the principles of persuasion and trial techniques enables a deeper understanding. It also records lessons learned that we can build upon.
The following are two examples of the results of our research and development.
The first explains Organization as a principle of human persuasion.
The second discusses the Human Witness Theory, an approach to identifying potential arguments (and therefore lines of cross or direct) based on the presence of a human intermediary for all evidence.