Truth or consequences

Gillers, Stephen
February 1994
ABA Journal;Feb94, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p103
Entertainment Review
Focuses on the practice of lawyers of using discovery games on persons in the witness stand. `Pinnochio's Lawyer,' an instructional videotape for lawyers; Ability of lawyers to construe words; Examples in avoiding discovery.


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