Preparing for the Adverse Witness: the Villain’s Victor Story - On Demand CLE

Jesse Wilson and Nicci Unsicker

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Adverse witnesses never see themselves as villains.

How do they see themselves, and how do they want the world to judge them?

As victors.

Let them.

In this video, you will be introduced to a game-changing approach that will provide you with a powerful method for cross-examining adverse witnesses. Together, Jesse Wilson and Nicci Unsicker will introduce to you cutting-edge techniques (such as “the four steps of the stage” and “the crossroad”) from Wilson’s book, Witness Preparation: How To Tell the Winning Story. They’ll show you what happens when you know, own, and trust your personal connection to an adverse witness’s victor story.

Jesse and Nicci will help you:
• identify and unmask the true villain of your client’s story
• cast your client in their right role
• free yourself of judgment, the single greatest roadblock to telling the villain’s victor story

Applying this winning strategy will help you frame your entire case and empower your judge and jurors, motivating them to protect your client.

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On Demand Program: 68 Minutes
Original Air Date: 10/26/2022

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4.1 out of 5 stars Based on 17 reviews
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Kevin Q.
The villains see themselves
What were your key takeaways from the program? The villains see themselves as victors. Let them. Which topics did you find least valuable and why? How to get in the right frame of mind to cross examine an adverse witness
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Jules Z.
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let villains see
What were your key takeaways from the program? let villains see themselves as victims Which topics did you find least valuable and why? nothing
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Sean C.
how does villain
What were your key takeaways from the program? how does villain want to be seen and judged
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Beth B.
The Villian is the person
What were your key takeaways from the program? The Villian is the person who knows the most and cares the least. The villian as a human, who they want to be seen as. Pulling off the mask - what do they really want? It has nothing to do with you, and everything
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11/17/22
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Thomas P.
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Think about
What were your key takeaways from the program? Think about the D's story.
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11/13/22
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