Legal White Papers
These white papers from leading Legal experts provide great insight and research on timely relevant Legal topics.
The attorney-client privilege is a testimonial privilege growing out of the law of evidence. It appears to be the oldest of the evidentiary privileges, going back at least to the 17th century and probably before. The purpose of the privilege is to protect confidential communications between an attorney and his client, by preventing the attorney from being required to testify against the client and thereby divulging matters told to the attorney by the client in confidence. Download this white paper for an overview of the attorney-client privilege.
Download this white paper to learn pretrial strategies, motion practice and jury instructions when it comes to defending DWI and DUI cases.
In jury selection it is critically important to focus on who and what type of witness the legal professional plans on putting in front of the jury. Selecting jury members is much easier said than done. Jury selection needs to be kept in mind from the beginning of interviewing the opposing side's expert prior to trial. Download this white paper for the insights to proper jury selection and tips to avoid wasting time.