Moore, Bergman and Binder's Trial Advocacy: Inferences, Arguments and Trial Techniques (American Casebook Series)
Explains how to prepare a case for trial by identifying historical factual propositions that satisfy applicable legal elements; identifying evidence and inferences tending to prove or disprove the crucial factual propositions in a case; organizing evidence into persuasive arguments, whether the evidence is disputed or undisputed or suggests an implausibility in a witness' story; and understanding the influence of "silent arguments" and taking advantage of or countering such arguments. Illustrates interrelationship among evidence, argument, and technique. Sets forth and illustrates trial techniques so advocates can persuasively communicate their arguments to judges and jurors.
Gardena 3395 Combisystem 12.8-Inch Thatching Cutter Rake Head
Removes moss, weeds and matted grass thoroughly.
Much less effort required with supporting axle and wheels.
Special tines with smooth sliding backs made of high-grade stainless spring steel.
Sold as head only, handle sold separately
25 year warranty