When Critical Facts Are Left Unsaid

In their Trial Advocacy column, Ben Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan write: Weaknesses in the opposition's case are often not readily apparent in the facts contained in their own record. Nevertheless, powerful and persuasive weaknesses might well be found in what those very records do not say, but, indeed, should say.

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