Persuasion is defined as "an act of influencing the minds of others by arguments or reasons, by appeals to both feeling and intellect; it is the art of leading another man's will to a particular choice, or course of conduct." No one doubts this is what trial lawyers do every day in the courtroom-and that is what this article is about.
William C. Costopoulos,
Persuasion in the Courtroom,
Duq. L. Rev.
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