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Parent Preparation of cases against individual defendants
Date 31 December 1969
Language English
Collection Tavenner Papers & IMTFE Official Records
Box Box 3
Folder General Reports and Memoranda from August 1946
Repository University of Virginia Law Library
(j) Any other biographical date which will aid in cross-examination of defendant or be of evidentiary value. 2.Check the trial record (Mr. Horwitz had defendant index for your assistance) to ascertain what has been proved and what remains to be proved against each defendant. 3.Secure and have processed any documents which you deem of value to be introduced in evidence against the defendant. 4.Make arrangements with the attorneys in charge of separate phases not yet presented to introduce such documents against the defendant as conveniently may be introduced as part of such phase. 5.Be prepared to offer in evidence at the end of the case antyhign tno already in evidence deemed to be material to show the complicity of such defendant. 6.Prepare yourself to be present at the time defendant takes the stand and to cross-examine him. The foregoing is suggested. It is not all-inclusive. Any other preparation which you consider proper should be made. Mr. Keenan or Mr. Eugene D. Williams should be freely consulted if occasion arises. It is important that this work be undertaken as soon as possible and that it be kept up to date in order that a minimum of additional work will be required immediately preceding or after the termination of the prosecution’s case. A copy of each brief should be filed with Mr. Keenana and two copies with Mr. Williams. By direction of Chief of Counsel EUGENE D. WILLIAMS Special Assistant -2-