This is a video presentation. I just need the script and then I will use it as a reference in order to do my video. The questions are at the end of this page.
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Prior to beginning work on this video presentation, read Presumed Fair? Opening Statements: Persuasive Advocacy Without Crossing the Line (Links to an external site.) https://jaginc.com/activity/opening-statements-effective-advocacy-without-crossing-line
Opening Statements: You Never Get a Second Chance to Make a First Impression (Links to an external site.) https://kearneylawfirm.com/Articles/Opening-Statements.pdf
As you know from the reading and video materials for this week, opening statements are not opening arguments. Instead, lawyers are required to state simply what the facts of the case will show and what will be proven at trial. In this assignment, you will prepare a two- to three-minute video presentation and post it within the discussion forum detailing the following information:
- Explain the purposes of opening statements in a criminal trial.
- Detail the order in which opening statements occur to the jury, and comment on whether or not this ordering seems the most fair or not.
- Provide an opinion on the significance of opening statements; are jury trials won or lost at this stage of the proceeding and why?
- Create improvements to the current system of opening statements to insure that the truth is ascertained through the trial process.
- Examine the notion of latitude given to attorneys from some judges to argue their cases in the opening statements.
- Should such actions be allowed? Why or why not?
Please note that oral presentations will take place in the Canvas discussion forum. This oral presentation will be available for both the instructor and your fellow classmates to view.
Recording or uploading a video:
- Write a script. Name and save your script as a MS Word document. (The script will be used for reference while you record your video and may be used as a transcript for accessibility purposes).
- Record your presentation using the Canvas video tool. Review the Canvas Video Submission Instructions on how to create a video post using your computer’s webcam.
- As an alternative, you may use an external platform called Screencast-O-Matic (Links to an external site.). Please review the Screencast-O-Matic Quick-Start Guide instructions in order to get started. This guide will familiarize you with the tool and review how to upload your video to the classroom.
- If you choose to use another video recording tool for your submission, such as a cell phone or digital video camera, upload your video to YouTube (Android (Links to an external site.) or iPhone & iPad (Links to an external site.)) or other web-based video platform, obtain a link, and paste your video link within your initial post in this discussion forum.
- Paste your script within your initial post in this discussion forum.
For advice and information on webcam presentations, see Webcam Recording Do’s and Don’ts (Links to an external site.).