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Week 377
March 17, 2008
Featured Column:
A courtroom survival guide for the witness

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Testifying in court is not a game of luck or chance. It is a game of skill. Testifying in court and winning cases depends on the written, verbal and nonverbal skills of the witness.

Viewed simply, a trial is nothing more than a contest of two or more competing stories ... Full Story
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Featured News:
For L.A.'s killers, witness intimidation works

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LOS ANGELES — It was among the most brutal Southland homicides in recent memory: On a sunny Sunday afternoon last fall, two men jumped out of an SUV and set Marcial Sanchez on fire, in full view of a crowd.

The slaying, like so many drive-by and walk-up shootings, was committed in a brazen, conspicuous way precisely because it was designed to stop witnesses from coming forward ... Full Story
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PoliceOne Training Tip

Their eyes and hands
reveal secrets, Part 1



In today's tip, a member suggests subtle clues to watch for during traffic stops that could reveal drugs or weapons ... Full Tip

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