Table of contents for Preparing witnesses, 2d / By Daniel I. Small.

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
CHAPTER 1
Lawyer and Witness	
A Special Relationship
CHAPTER 2
Preparing Ourselves	
Goals
Methods
Tools
CHAPTER 3
Why Preparation Matters	
This is Not a Conversation
Seven Mistakes Lawyers Make
Three Mistakes Witnesses Make
CHAPTER 4
What Preparation Means	
Seven Steps for Preparing the Witness
CHAPTER 5
Basic Principles to Being a Witness	
Principle One: "Listen, Listen, Listen"
Principle Two: "Don't Try Too Hard"
CHAPTER 6
Rule 1: Take Your Time	
CHAPTER 7
Rule 2: Always Remember You Are Making a Record	
CHAPTER 8
Rule 3: Tell the Truth	
CHAPTER 9
Rule 4: Be Relentlessly Polite	
CHAPTER 10
Rule 5: Don't Answer a Question You Don't Understand	
CHAPTER 11
Rule 6: If You Don't Remember, Say So	
CHAPTER 12
Rule 7: Don't Guess	
CHAPTER 13
Rule 8: Keep It Simple	
CHAPTER 14
Rule 9: Be Careful with Documents/Prior Statements	
CHAPTER 15
Rule 10: Use Your Counsel	
CHAPTER 16
Making an Impact	
CHAPTER 17
Adapting to the Situation	
Interview vs. Testimony
Deposition/Grand Jury vs. Trial
Direct vs. Cross
CHAPTER 18
The Party Witness	
Understanding
Personality
Emotions
Themes
Counsel
CHAPTER 19
The Expert Witness	
Know the Territory
Preparation, Preparation, Preparation
The Lawyer is the Captain of His Ship
CHAPTER 20
The Physician as Witness	
Key Challenges Doctors Face as Witnesses
CHAPTER 21
The Criminal Defendant	
The Jury Wants to Hear It
The Defendant Wants to Say It
CHAPTER 22
The Ethics of Witness Preparation	
Preparation vs. Coaching
Conclusion	
Appendix A: Witness Preparation Summary Handout	
Discussion
Introductions
	Deposition
	Interview
	Government Agency Testimony
	Grand Jury Testimony (Federal)
	Grand Jury Testimony (State)
Trial
Preparation Rules
Appendix B: How are Things in Russia?	
Appendix C: How was Your Flight?	
Appendix D: How are Things at the Hospital?	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Examination of witnesses -- United States.
Trial practice -- United States.