Category Archives: Cross Examination

BASIC OUTLINE FOR CROSS EXAMINATION ABOUT WORKER SAFETY

Here’s a very simple outline for cross  examination about worker safety. You would add  to this relevant information and discovery from the case. It’s a start,  however, for you to consider and  improve upon: WARNING-SAFETY CROSS EXAMINATION GENERAL OUTLINE  COLLATERAL … Continue reading

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SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT CROSS EXAMINATION

London barrister Peter Brown wrote a book some years ago entitled “The Art of Questioning.”  In one chapter he wrote: Last summer, a motorcyclist was arrested in Oxford, England, for speeding. The lady prosecutor bore in on the defendant with a curved … Continue reading

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EXAMPLES FROM TRIALS INVOLVING APARTHEID

I have been reading a book written by Martin Meredith Nelsen Mandela. One of the chapters deals with the arrest of dozens of South Africans who were resisting apartheid. Charges of conspiracy against the government had been filed against 156 defendants. … Continue reading

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