Trial: Lost Opportunity During Opening Arguments in New York
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The first few moments of opening arguments are the most critical in the entire trial. It is the one opportunity that the plaintiff's lawyer has to connect and form a bond with the jury.
Losing a key opportunity during opening arguments is something that no attorney wants.
Find out why certain comments deprive the attorney the opportunity to engage the jury and the get them interested in the facts, the dispute and why you are entitled to a verdict in your favor.
Gerry practices law exclusively in the State of New York. Within New York he practices primarily in the following counties: New York, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Nassau and Suffolk. Technically, Brooklyn is known as "Kings County," and Manhattan and New York City are known as "New York County." Staten Island is known as "Richmond County." These counties make up the New York metropolitan area.