If the cross-examination
goes poorly, a properly prepared attorney may be able to repair most of the damage on redirect.
bring out information tending to lessen the effect of cross-examination
establishing bias, (13) and
6) The key is to organize the cross-examination
into "attack points" which are "concise statements that characterize a significant element of the argument" to be made about the witness during closing argument.
, Muir said he didn't go to the Times, or to state or federal prosecutors, with the allegations of overbilling, but was a source that confirmed information for a Times story in July 2004.
A survey of post-Crawford Florida cases reflects the likelihood that police-controlled phone calls are inadmissible in a criminal trial unless the declarant testifies at trial and is subject to cross-examination
A chapter on surviving both direct and cross-examinations
contains further important information to help testifying officers and others as to what they must expect during the two types of examinations in terms of the style of the interrogation and their responses to such questions.
Unfortunately, that is what one trial judge overlooked when he prohibited a plaintiffs' attorney (who was cross-examining a defendant-hospital's expert witness) from pursuing his cross-examination
Although victims would still have to prove their stories, they would not be subject to aggressive cross-examination
by defense lawyers.
at trial is the best and sometimes the only opportunity for an attorney to discredit the analysis leading to an opposing appraiser's value conclusions.
To establish a framework for this analysis, Davis devotes the book's first two chapters to an intense examination and cross-examination
of a variety of early "nonfictional" texts of the Nat Turner Revolt.
Availability of the CEO or other principals involved for cross-examination
by the press and public is a key element we look for.
to hostile cross-examination
during the Gunner-Cubillo case was a disgrace