Be flexible

  1. Write down something that organizes your cross-exam in a way you can follow while questioning the witness.
  2. You might put each of your chapters on its own piece of paper. As you close a chapter, line out that paper, then move to the next sheet. If the examination starts to flow in another direction, feel free to go out of order on your sheets.

Closing Arguments Examples: Kick-Ass Closing Arguments Part 1: Closing Argument Template

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