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If you are looking at a real trial avoid actual

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If you are looking at a real trial, avoid actual transcripts unless you happen to enjoy reading such things. Books or articles about trials are usually good enough as sources. For fictional trials, books, films, and TV shows are good sources. For ideas on how to proceed, see pp. 308–309 for pro homine arguments, pp. 310–311 for ad populum arguments, pp. 312–317 for appeals to authority, pp. 318–320 for ad hominem arguments, pp. 322–323 for arguments against authority, pp. 324–325 for appeal to eye-witness testimony, and pp. 326–329 for guilt (honour) by association.
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