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Closing Arguments

closing arguments

after all the evidence has been presented in a trial, lawyers' presentations summarizing the evidence and attempting to persuade the jury to draw conclusions favorable to their clients. Closing arguments, like opening statements, are not themselves evidence.



Source: Federal Judicial Center

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