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Giving a deposition or testifying at a trial can be a really painful and costly experience if you arent well prepared. "How To Give A Good Deposition And Testify Well In Court" is a practical, must-have DVD for preparing quickly and effectively for deposition and trial. It will give you the skills you need to be successful whether giving a deposition or testifying in court. Utilizing proven psychological and effective communication techniques, "How To Give A Good Deposition And Testify Well In Court" teaches you step-by-step easy to follow techniques with live demonstrations showing you how to apply them, so you can prepare yourself to win.
Dr. Nelson uses 3 different case examples all involving real people to show you how to:
- Answer questions so you come out on top every time
- Get your story across clearly and persusasively
- Look and sound appropriate and convincing
- Be confident and do well even when you get nervous, angry or upset.
Acclaimed author and respected legal trial consultant, psychologist Noelle C. Nelson, Ph.D., has helped attorneys and their clients at the nation's top law firms to win cases and maximize jury awards.
"A valuable addition to the growing body of layman legal video programming
" -- Video Rating Guide for Libraries ****
"After watching nervous plaintiffs will know how to dress, speak and emote testimonies are both organized and dramatic." -- Wilson Library Bulletin
"It's all sensible advice, sensibly delivered." -- Entertainment Weekly
"Nelson's tips would be useful for anyone facing a court appearance." -- Booklist
"This is a very good 45-minute [DVD] designed to help prepare clients or witnesses for testimony or depositions." -- Legal Information Alert
Great Book by a legal deposition consultant, and highly educated person. Each advice listed in this booklet is important and praise worthy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ABC
Bought this for my sister who was preparing to give depositions and testimony on her own behalf in a landlord negligence suit. Read morePublished on January 11, 2013 by noneedtoknow
The description of this video is misleading. The content is for the layperson, not a professional, such as a doctor. It was too basic and too simple. What a waste of money.Published on December 22, 2009 by Dr. H. Kalinian
This DVD played ok for the first minute or two and then began to freeze up for long periods. I tried it in 3 DVD players with the same result. Read morePublished on March 23, 2009 by Depo Man
This DVD was neither a good value or a good source of information. If your I.Q. is extremely below average then perhaps you may benefit from watching it. Read morePublished on March 31, 2008 by HR