This new stack is meant to ease the job of figuring out the order in which witnesses will or should testify and the order of the questioning of each witness. This my initial draft of the heart of such a stack:
The following diagram illustrates schematically how planning for the order of proof at trial might work out in a particular case:
"For most of the past fifty years, attending Harvard Law School was a miserable experience for the majority of its students." Kevin K. Washburn, "Elana Kagan and the Miracle at Harvard," 61 Journal of Legal Education 67, 67 (August, 2011).
Student of the law of evidence, evidence, inference, and investigation. Sometimes writes books. Sometimes writes articles. Sometimes tinkers with computer programs to support the marshaling of evidence for legal activities such as trials and pretrial discovery and investigation. And sometimes takes photographs.