Statement Analysis: Unusual Truth Indicators For Lawyers

Second of a 2-part series on Statement Analysis. Part 1: Statement Analysis: A Compelling Discovery Tool For Lawyers. “Self-editing” is one concept used in Statement Analysis to assess truth and to signal whether a particular subject matter may justify further, or more precise, inquiry. Another useful concept is recognizing whether

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Statement Analysis: A Compelling Discovery Tool For Lawyers

First of a 2-part series on Statement Analysis. Part 2: Statement Analysis: Unusual Truth Indicators For Lawyers. Recently, “statement analysis” has become a popular topic of discussion. It’s something I’ve personally found intriguing and possibly highly useful to lawyers. Generally, “statement analysis” refers to the practice of mining specific statements

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