Steven C. Day

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Biography

Author of numerous articles: "Shooting the Fleeing Felon: State of the Law," 14 Criminal Law Bulletin 285, 1978, cited by United States Supreme Court in Tennessee v. Garner, 471 U.S. 1 (1985). "Getting More Than You Asked For: The Nonresponsive Answer," 14, No. 1, Litigation 18, 1987, republished as chapter, The Litigation Manual (American Bar Association 1989). "Workers Compensation: Is Medical Malpractice a Defense in Kansas?" 57, No. 8, Journal of the Bar Association of Kansas 17, 1988. "Pitfalls on the Road to Salvation: The Kansas Savings Statute," 59, No. 8, Journal of the Bar Association of Kansas 19, 1990. "By His Own Hand Impeached: Witness Use of the Blackboard on Cross-Examination," 1, No. 2, Federal Evidence Practice Guide Reporter 27, 1989. "Impeaching a Party by Deposition: A Nonconfrontational Alternative," 1, No. 16, Federal Evidence Practice Guide Reporter 363, 1990. "His Words Come Back to Haunt Him: Use of Old Transcripts to Impeach Expert Witnesses," 2, No. 5, Federal Evidence Practice Guide Reporter 99, 1992. "Expert Witnesses - Curbing the New Robber Barons," 2, No. 9, Federal Evidence Practice Guide Reporter 195, 1992. "Now You See Him, Now You Don't - Defending Against The Use Of The Deposition Of An Absent Witness," 2, No. 24, Federal Evidence Practice Guide Reporter 555, 1994. Defending the Scarlet Doctor Under the Federal Rules of Evidence," 4, No. 7, Federal Evidence Practice Guide Reporter 257, 1998. "Taking Depositions That Stick," 24, No. 2, Litigation 8, 1998, republished as chapter, The Litigation Manual: Depositions (American Bar Association 2006). "Playing Hardball in Expert Witness Depositions," Litigation, 2000, republished as chapter, The Litigation Manual: Depositions (American Bar Association 2006). "Seven Ways to Ruin a Perfectly Good Trial," 36, No. 3, Litigation 48, 2010, reprinted, Trial By Jury, Practicing Law Institute 73 (2010). "Of Atticus Finch, Abraham Lincoln, and the Art of Setting the Trap," 37, No. 2, Litigation 28, 2011.

American College of Trial Lawyers.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • General Civil Litigation
  • Professional Malpractice
  • Appellate
  • Business Litigation
  • Insurance Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
316-263-4958  Phone
316-263-0125  Fax
www.woodard-law.com
University Attended:
University of Northern Colorado, B.A., 1975
Law School Attended:
Washburn University of Topeka, J.D., cum laude, 1978
Year of First admission:
1978
Admission:
1982, U.S. Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit; 1978, Kansas and U.S. District Court, District of Kansas; 1992, U.S. Supreme Court
Memberships:
Wichita, Kansas and American Bar Associations.
Birth Information:
Grand Rapids, Michigan, April 14, 1955
ISLN:
907968663
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