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 a particular statement fits into […]

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 for subtle, unintentional clues concerning […]