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Costopoulos, William C. “Commentaries Persuasion in the Courtroom.” Commentaries. 384- 409. Book. 20 Mar. 2010. Krivoshey, Robert M. Opening Statement, Closing Argument, and Persuasion in Trial Advocacy. New York and London: Garland Publishing, Inc. 1994. Print Lawson, Robert G. “Order of Presentation As A Factor In Jury Persuasion.” Kentucky Law Journal 56. 523-555. Book. 20 Mar. 2010. Stygall, Gail. (1991). Text in Oral Context: Jury Instructions in an Indiana Trial. In Charles Bazerman and James Paradis (Ed.), Textual Dynamics of the Professions. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press. Print. Observation and examination of the purpose and execution of jury instructions re: how jurors are socialized into their functions within the courtroom with comments about the difficulty of legal text. Accuracy and adherence to the law is the ultimate purpose for socialization of Indiana juries into their role as deliverers of verdicts. Walker, Felicia R. "The rhetoric of mock trial debate: using logos, pathos and ethos in undergraduate competition." College Student Journal n. pag. Web. 29 Mar 2010.;col1.