Professional poker great Doyle Brunson once said “poker is war. People pretend it’s a game.” There are many lessons from the game of poker that can be applied to the Courtroom. If you want to improve your chances of winning in poker, you need to understand the game you are playing. If you want to improve your chances of winning at trial, listen to today’s episode.
Learn how to call the State’s bluff before and during trial.
Understand why keeping your cards (your defense) close to the vest is such a powerful advantage for the defense lawyer in a criminal trial.
Discover how “counting cards” (using probability) over repeated “hands” (trials) can help you gain a long-term advantage where the art and science of criminal defense intersect.