VIDEO: The Secret to Successful Cross-Examination

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14 thoughts on “VIDEO: The Secret to Successful Cross-Examination

  1. This was very helpful, thanks. Do you have any videos about what to do during cross-examination when the witness does not answer “yes” or “no” to a leading question? How do you regain control when a witness goes off on a tangent or tries to explain the “yes” or “no” response rather than simply answering the question?

  2. Genius. In law school I was the guy who got folks through this. I was online brushing off some dust to help a friend (a layperson) and found your site. Sans this, I doubt i could ever teach her. Thanks! J

  3. Absolutely the most helpful advice, laid out in a way that an be fully understood. Wonderful website =) has been extremely helpful. Thank you

  4. I am a police officer in Weatern Australia. As a police prosecutor, cross examination is paramount for me. I thank you for this simply put presentation. As I represent the state in the Magistrates Court of summary jurisdiction during arrest and remands, first appearances and summary trials. Unfortunately, preparation for trials is usually at a minimum and briefing my wittnesses is a rarety. The tips that you are providing is extremely helpful. Thank you.

  5. IT’S BEEN VERY HELFUL WITH MY ENGLIS LAW TERMS AND NOW I CAN BE MORE CLEAR WHEN I SPOKE TO MY CLIENTS WHEN IT’S NECESARY.

  6. A load of thanks for your various articles. They have been helpful especially in my clinical education lectures.

    Keep the flag flying still.

    J.I.NWATU Esq
    FACULTY OF LAW
    ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY, UTURU,
    NIGERIA.

  7. I’m about to participate in a mock trial in my 9th grade english class, and I got the job of being a cross examiner. Thanks for this tidbit of info…I really needed it 🙂

  8. I watched the video on Cross Examination. It is well prepared and presented in such a lucid style that anybody from any continent can understand each and every line spoken on the video. Direct and Cross Exams were explained so simply and clearly that I was amazed at the simplicity, lucidity and the syle the subject was dealt with.

    Thanx

  9. This a great website and I am certain it is being viewed by many aspiring lawyers. It provides a hordes of information on different stages of trial. For me personally it has proved a blessing.