By Francis L. Wellman
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This is in no experience a legislation booklet. the final reader cares little for attorneys and their dry ideas of legislations, or the prosaic types of perform and strategy in our courts. everyone, in spite of the fact that, is drawn to the drama of a superb trial, the place the valuables, acceptance, liberty, or lifetime of a individual is usually at stake. This has been strikingly exemplified lately via the nice curiosity taken within the trial of Madame Steinheil in France, money owed of which have been released in all of the best newspapers of the world.
The Tichborne case, the Beecher trial, the Parnell inquiry, the Dreyfus case, and numerous others are nonetheless clean within the reminiscence as extra illustrations of the in annoying curiosity taken during the civilized global in arriving on the fact or falsity of any vital criminal controversy.
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The waiter went upstairs and immediately returned with Dunning. 29 DAY IN COURT I have laid stress upon the physical qualifications of the advocate because so much depends in court upon the personal presence and magnetism of the speaker, especially in jury trials. Juries soon become attached to or repulsed by the personality of the advocate conducting a trial before them. The advocates become the principal actors in the drama, as much as though they were playing the same roles on the stage. Personal magnetism, therefore, is one of the most important of all the attributes of a good trial lawyer.
They are inclined to follow his arguments with attention because they are confident that all is fairly, candidly, and truthfully conducted. The very appearance of such a man in a case is a distinct advantage to his client, who reaps the benefit of being represented by an advocate who has the reputation of being a man of strict integrity and a gentleman. Alas, the converse of this proposition is also true, and we have many signal examples III our own com- 53 DAY IN COURT munity; but, for obvious reasons, I cannot comment upon them.
Navy. It was sent me by a captain in the It was to show cause at the next term of court against a rule to be obtained against him, calling on him to show cause why a criminal action for libel should not be filed against him.
Day in Court, Or the Subtle Arts of Great Advocates by Francis L. Wellman