Category Archives: Cross Examination

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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THOUGHTS ABOUT CROSS EXAMINATION OF EXPERTS

Often we find ourselves most apprehensive about one kind of cross examination – that of experts. Usually it’s because we have learned from experience that this class of witness rarely is there as an objective scientist or qualified expert. Rather, they … Continue reading

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DEPOSITION TIPS & AN IDEA ABOUT CROSS EXAMINATION

I’m still in Scottsdale undergoing therapy following a failed knee revision surgery so I’ve not kept this current as  I usually do. However,  here are some thoughts about deposition and cross examination for you to consider T. Evan Schaeffer has … Continue reading

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