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The Inns of Court: Speaking Event

March 21, 2017

 

On March 22nd, 2017, Attorney Ambrose will be speaking in Erie, PA on the Bayfront to a crowded room of local lawyers. He hopes to inspire some of them to expend a little more mental perspiration in their efforts to defend the helpless in criminal court. 

In furtherance of that goal, he will be lecturing on the importance of cross-examination and the necessity of an extensive investigation of your adversary on the stand. Specifically, he will be touching on the use of Penn. Rule of Evidence 608(b) and how to use it similarly to Fed. Rule of Evidence 608 (b) in the destruction of witness credibility. Attorney Ambrose's personal cross-examination transcripts will be provided as lecture handouts.

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