New Cross Examination Techniques YouTube Channel Launches For Lawyers

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Trial lawyer, Michael Waddington, launches a new YouTube Channel, The Trial Lawyers Notebook, aimed at Lawyers that teach Trial Advocacy and Cross-Examination Techniques. The channel and video content can be found at

Lawyers looking for the latest information on Cross-Examination Techniques are invited to subscribe to The Trial Lawyers Notebook, the all-new YouTube channel by trial attorney and best-selling author Michael Waddington. This new channel promises to provide expert guidance and information on Trial Advocacy, Cross-Examination Techniques, Closing Arguments, and more, on a regular basis.

The Trial Lawyers Notebook YouTube channel was created specifically with the needs of trial attorneys that want to learn the best cross-examination techniques in mind, and Gonzalez & Waddington, LLC welcomes input on which topics to explore.

Channel creator, Michael Waddington, said: “The Trial Lawyers Notebook Youtube Channel” teaches cutting edge trial advocacy techniques for modern trial lawyers. Our trial techniques are not theoretical. They are effective techniques and examples that have been developed over hundreds of contested jury trials, and they work.”

The Trial Lawyers Notebook’s mission is “To teach lawyers of all experience levels winning techniques of cross-examination, closing arguments, opening statements, and direct examination. We also include lessons and tips on how to be the best trial lawyer possible. The more feedback we can get, the better we can serve our audience.”

Anybody interested in Cross-Examination Techniques and current Gonzalez & Waddington, LLC fans and supporters, can subscribe to The Trial Lawyers Notebook YouTube channel here

Some of the planned subjects for upcoming videos include:

Cross-Examination Techniques – How to cross-examine all types of witnesses, including experts, police officers, victims, snitches, the defendant, and any other witness you may encounter in a civil or criminal trial. Closing Argument Examples – Tips on how to give the best closing arguments in criminal trials with lots of closing argument examples. How to Control Difficult Witnesses on Cross-Examination – Learn the 9 Techniques for Controlling Difficult Witnesses on Cross-Examination.

After the YouTube Channel launched on August 1, 2021, new viewers can view all the latest videos here on The Trial Lawyers Notebook Youtube Channel.

Further details on the channel, the direction, and other information on Gonzalez & Waddington, LLC itself can be found on their website:

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