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What are closing arguments?

Closing arguments are the last statements or speeches made by the attorneys to the jury before the jury goes back to deliberate. Closing arguments enable the attorney to sum up the evidence and make a last persuasive appeal to the jury.



The closing argument is when an attorney makes his last arguments before the jury deliberates on the case (iStock).
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