What does a new branch of linguistics 'Implicit Pragmalinguistics' mean? And what methods of analysis does it use? What are the peculiarities of prosecutor's forensic speech as a speech genre? What kinds of individual speech behavior and stereotyped speech behavior do English-speaking and Russian-speaking prosecutors have from the point of view of Implicit Pragmalinguistics? You will find not only the answers to these questions but also a lot of useful information concerning a human being.The book consists of three parts devoted to the description of the methods and requirements for the linguistic analysis in Implicit Pragmalinguistics, to the peculiarities of English-speaking and Russian-speaking prosecutors' individual and stereotyped speech behavior on the grounds of the pragmalinguistic experimental results. There were studied 65,280 items of analysis or small syntactical groups to diagnose individual-personal qualities of the Russian- speaking and English-speaking prosecutors, their stereotyped speech behaviour according to their periods of working, their speech addressees and national-cultural belonging of speech senders.The type of academic readership: the book appeals to philologists, courtroom professionals, psychologists, sociologists, teachers and students.