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Small Stories, Big Impact


Total Credits: 1 including 1 General

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Credit Type:
General
Faculty:
Drew Wood Esq., Esq.
Course Levels:
Intermediate
Duration:
1 Hour
License:
Access for 60 day(s) after purchase.



Description

At many trials, jurors are presented with a massive amount of information.  Legal definitions, scientific jargon, factual disputes, faulty memories… sometimes all in the same case!  As prosecutors, we need to help the jury process information in the moment, and help them recall that information later in the jury room.  This CLE considers classic stories of epic length, and the tricks the authors use to help the audience recall important information long after it was first presented.
The presentation will cover:
1)    The “lots of information” problem
2)    Stories to Aid Memory
a.    Story of the facts
b.    Stories to demonstrate a point
c.    Metaphor to reveal meaning
3)    Repetition to Aid Memory
4)    Catchphrase to Aid Memory
5)    Visual effects to Aid Memory

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Faculty

Drew Wood Esq. Related seminars and products: 1


Drew Wood is currently a prosecutor with the Lucas County Prosecutor’s Office.  He is a 2008 graduate of Ohio State University’s Moritz College of Law, and a 2005 graduate of Miami University.  He is currently sheltering in place in Toledo, Ohio, with his wife, two children and three cats.


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