“Paul Mark Sandler provides what all young lawyers need in order to succeed – the wise counsel of a more experienced attorney who has seen and done it all. Mr. Sandler is the mentor that we all wish we had when we started in the courtroom.” Hon. Lynne Battaglia, Maryland Court of Appeals Anatomy of a Trial reveals the secrets of effective courtroom advocacy like no other legal “how-to.” Centered on the real world criminal trial of a political fundraiser, the book takes readers from voir dire to verdict, offering candid, no-nonsense pointers on how to try fiercely contested cases. Arising from a star-studded fundraiser in Los Angeles, the case in question highlighted the intersection of Washington politics, campaign finance, and Hollywood celebrity. In Sandler’s hands, the trial serves as a laboratory in which to discover essential ons about litigation. With examples from the transcript, he illustrates time strategies for opening statements, witness examinations, and closing arguments. Complimenting his commentary are observations and critiques by distinguished jurists, who offer invaluable insights about persuasion and technique. Perfect for young attorneys and law students, as well as seasoned lawyers, this readable primer will help foster a deep appreciation of how to succeed in the critical elements of complex trials. “His love of the contest is contagious, his analysis of successful advocacy is impeccable, and his tips to young lawyers are invaluable.” Stephen A. Saltzburg, Immediate Past Chair, ABA Criminal Justice Section “This is the stuff of effective trial advocacy taught by real-world example.” Robert L.
Rothman, Esquire, Chair, ABA Litigation Section Paul Mark Sandler is a trial lawyer with a national reputation for successfully representing many notable clients in trial and appellate courts. He is a partner in the Baltimore law firm of Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler. A frequent lecturer and speaker throughout the United States and Europe, Mr. Sandler is the author and co-author of numerous books about litigation and the founder of the ABA Litigation Section’s Institute for Trial Training.
It ain't easy being saved, sanctified, and single. Try being a once divorced, now widowed single mother of two on top of that. Thank God the Lord built Paige Vanderdale to be able to bear all of those titles without becoming weary to the point of giving up.
From the outside looking in, that life looks good on her. On the inside, though, Paige is coveting what so many others around her seem to have, which is true love.In the past, everything that she thought was love was either something far from it, or was taken away from her. Now Paige is afraid to let her hair down and open herself up to love again. Paige struggles with the decision to reach out to an old flame to rekindle their spark. When the blaze gets too high, will Paige do what she always does, which is grab the nearest fire extinguisher and try to put it out? Or will she utilize her backup plan and run? The decision is abruptly removed from Paige's hands when something else begins to pull her away--something that just might be the thing that finally breaks her.
This dynamic book provides the foundation teachers need to confidently and successfully teach comprehension to a diverse population of students. Filled with innovative, classroom-tested models for differentiating instruction, this professional development resource is a must-have resource for any Pre-K-12 teacher.
দ্বিতীয় বিশ্বযুদ্ধের প্রেক্ষাপটে রোমাঞ্চ উপন্যাস।
This book is a quick and easy way to learn basic Chinese Characters. All beginning students of Chinese struggle to memorize and learn to write the Chinese characters. The First 100 Chinese Characters adopts a structural approach which helps students to quickly master the basic characters that are fundamental to this language. Intended for beginning students, this book presents characters that have been carefully selected for rapid and effective learning. The English meanings, pronunciations in hanyu pinyin and alternate forms (if any) for each Chinese character are presented along with a stroke order guide and spaces for writing practice.
Printed with gray guidelines, the stroke order guides are designed to be traced over to teach students the standard sequence of strokes used to write the character. Related compounds and phrases are given to assist in vocabulary building.
Three indexes at the back allow the characters to be looked—up by their English meanings, hanyu pinyin pronunciations, or radicals. Extra practice sheets are also provided. This book contains: -Step–by–step stroke order diagrams show you how to write each character -Special boxes with grid lines help you practice writing them correctly -Compounds and sample sentences provide easy vocabulary building -Hanyu pinyin romanizations identify and help you pronounce every word
Fans of Chicago's South Side baseball franchise now have a Little Book of Wisdom to call their own. Longtime White Sox fan and historian, Paul Whitfield takes the rich tradition of the White Sox and presents the legend and lore 'in brief' through quotes, humor, facts, figures and memories. It's a lot of ChiSox history in a little package Other books in the series include: Cubs, Red Sox, Cardinals, Yankees, and Giants.