If unclear jury instructions led to the acquittal of a murderer, can we write better instructions? Can we write clearly so that those with the task of finding guilt and innocence can do so successfully—and according to the law?
In a talk relevant to any writer, Nicholas Provenzo will exam the murder of his partner's late husband. He will show how simple writing methods could have made the difference between justice and injustice. And he will show how anyone using these methods can improve their own writing.