The delivery of clear, concise, and confident witness testimony in the courtroom is vitally important in the effective presentation of evidence and ensuring witness credibility.
This course has been designed to improve courtroom confidence by providing a better understanding of the theory, process, and practice of delivering witness testimony with an emphasis on clear and concise presentation of evidence, and key insights into the tactics and techniques used by Defence Lawyers. Instruction is also given on pre-trial processes, courtroom layout, roles and responsibilities, order of play and preparation for court including statement writing. The theory is supported by a scenario based practical exercise, which includes the presentation of evidence under examination in chief and cross examination, following the practical exercise the trainer provides constructive feedback on each presentation.
This course has been developed and is delivered by experienced Defence Barristers and Lawyers with experience at the UK Bar, the International Criminal Court, and elsewhere around the world.
• CDR Processing and Interpretation or
• Equivalent experience of traditional CDR processing, interpretation, and analysis.
Note: Delegates will be unable to complete this course without the above pre-requisite.
• Next Generation Comms Data Analysis FA217 or
• Equivalent experience of CDR processing, interpretation, and analysis.
Note: Completion of this course will be very challenging without the above pre-requisite and is likely to undermine your investment as the training and capability outcome is likely to be diminished.