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cross-examination:

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in law, material submitted to a judge or a judicial body to resolve disputed questions of fact. The rules discussed in this article were developed in England for use in jury trials.
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The adjudicating authority acceded to his request and adjourned his cross examination to March 21.
Khan counsel, Anis Hashmi requested the tribunal to hold cross examination of NA-122 and PP-147 forensic reports together.
The first day began with mock direct and cross examinations performed by the instructors on a fact witness.
Aetna Life Ins Co v Dowdle, 287 Ala 201, 250 So2d 579 (1971) (If a witness admits on cross examination that he has previously entered a plea of guilty to an offense and this plea tends to contradict his direct testimony, he is entitled to testify on re-direct examination as to his reasons for entering the plea.
Two "styles" of phraseology are normally used when performing cross examination.
Breslin conducted her cross examination of the witness responsibly and in line with the Advocates Guide to Conduct.
The outburst was prompted by cross examination from barrister Mukhtar Hussein QC, who asked Kabir, 40, at length about his relationship with the baby's mother, Lorna Martin.
The court held, inter alia, that not only had the trial court erred in limiting the plaintiffs' cross examination of the defendant hospital's expert witness, but that the error was prejudicial and thus entitled the plaintiffs to a new trial.
if the court allows limited cross examination regarding a sensitive investigative technique, officers should work closely with the prosecutor to understand the parameters of the court's orders;
Pressed repeatedly during 40 minutes of cross examination by Dixon, Rogers made a similar denial each time he was asked the question in various ways.