A Civil Action

Title: A Civil Action
Category: /Law & Government/Government & Politics
Details: Words: 829 | Pages: 3 (approximately 235 words/page)
A Civil Action
In a trial, rhetoric is an important part in the success or failure of a case. This is a double-edged sword; it can play out either good or bad. Rhetoric can be used to stress an important detail or idea, but it can also to derail the other sideís case, or, just take them out mentally. Unfortunately for Jan, it didnít work to his advantage. Facherís repeated objections caused Jan to lose …showed first 75 words of 829 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 829 total…this should not be tolerated in our judiciary system. Fortunately, most judges in the system are of high standards and do their job to the best of their capabilities. These are the people who set the standard for the American society and will continue to help us based on their rulings and decisions. It truly is a travesty that a judge such as Skinner could work in the same profession as these other great men.

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