NCDD Store

Books & Materials

Sales to Criminal Defense Lawyers Only

2010 Winter Session Written Materials (Caribbean Cruise)

2010 Winter Session Written Materials (Caribbean Cruise)

Price: $100

  • Leslie F. Hulnick: Making the Most of Your Opening & Closing
  • Harley O. Wagner: Interviewing the Client – Making it Count
  • Paul R. Burglin: Culturing Trial Pearls In Rough Seas
  • J. J. Paul III: Widmark's Theory & Retrograde Extrapolation
  • Leonard R. Stamm: Top 102 Medical Defenses to DUI
  • Anthony Palacios: Field Sobriety Tests – Knowing What They are and How to Use Them
  • William K. Kirk: Don't “Waive” Goodbye – Sentencing Do's and Don'ts
  • Stephen L. Jones: Time Exploring Evidentiary and Other Issues Arising in DUI Cases


Enter your city, state, or Zip code below to locate a qualified attorney who has demonstrated a commitment to defend those accused of DUI and related crimes.



Work-Life Balance how to achieve Nirvana


By Matthew Konecky Nothing is more frustrating than to see the state or local bar put on another CLE from a lawyer talking about work-life balance. It's usually put on by a big civil firm lawyer who after 25 years of working 80hrs a week has become an equity partner and intends to coast the rest of his/her career. The gist...

...and then, suddenly, it changed everything!


By Andrew Mishlove The art of storytelling is the primary skill of a trial lawyer. The old paradigm that we argue cases in court is misleading. The adversarial system is a storytelling contest. Facts, science, and logic inform our stories, but the story is the thing. So, what is a story? A story is a narrative that resonates with the listener because...

Back to Top