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In responding to Clarence Darrows arguments in the Henry Sweet case and in the Leopold and Loeb case there are some considerations that would have to be addressed in the same manner in both cases The cases however differ in many ways that would result in very different responses to the cases An advocate opposing Darrow would face two factors described above First simply opposing Darrow creates some necessary response by the advocate covered by those arguments that remain constant in the two cases Second individual aspects of each case dictate specific response by an advocate which is covered by those arguments that differ in each case Opposing Darrow would be a daunting task for any attorney but winning a case against him would not be impossible if the advocate minds both his opponent and his argument General Response to Darrow In responding to Darrow generally there are a number of things that an advocate would have to keep in mind The advocate would have to be aware of his own presence in the courtroom and how that plays against Darrows factors in the case would likely play into this as well The advocate should show respect for Darrow He should further point out the aspects of Darrows arguments as to neutralize them In any trial and especially any trial against Darrow it is important to examine the presence that the advocate opposing Darrow has and mold it so that it can stand up to his or use an attorney who does have a presence that can stand up to Darrows if possible This point will be covered more in relation to each individual case In addressing his opponent an advocate facing Darrow would do best to recognize Darrows prowess This should be done early but carefully It should be done largely through simple respect for but not deference to Darrow While recognizing Darrows skill it is important not to
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