cross-examine


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Synonyms for cross-examine

to question thoroughly and relentlessly to verify facts

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Farinas said he was "surprised" that Sereno and her lawyers filed a motion asking that they be given the right to cross-examine the complainant.
Poblador pointed out that the chief magistrate has been denied the right to cross-examine Gadon and the wtiness, which was provided for by the House of Representatives' own impeachment rules.
Harris's junior counsels adopted the stance that they have no permission to conduct cross-examine with the witnesses.
The Al Dar Prosecution or House Prosecution allows the investigating prosecutor to question or hear the involved person at his/her residence - it even allows the prosecutor to communicate with the Dubai Health Authority to cross-examine individuals in hospitals or medical centres or at the Dubai Foundation for Women and Children," Al Ali said on Tuesday.
The Constitutional Court will cross-examine all the petitions as soon as possible, he stressed, noting that the tribunal had asked the Ministry of Interior to furnish it with detailed results of the National Assembly elections and the votes each candidate had garnered in the country five constituencies.
In another case, a paedophile who abused his children could cross-examine their mother as he battles for access to them.
Scalia noted that the right to cross-examine witnesses "is designed to weed out not only the fraudulent analyst, but the incompetent one as well.
The right to cross-examine witnesses at trial is an embedded principle in Anglo-American law.
Guests can monitor and cross-examine suspects as they enjoy a three-course meal and drinks.
French's testimony from a pretrial hearing was later read to the jury without any possibility for the defense to cross-examine him.
They claimed it would violate his right to natural justice if he was not allowed to be legally represented at the disciplinary hearing and cross-examine witnesses giving evidence against him.
But this was put on hold while he launched a High Court bid to be able to cross-examine witnesses at the hearing and be legally represented.
It also permits double jeopardy, doesn't require an impartial jury, and doesn't allow the right to confront or cross-examine hostile witnesses--among other violations of the U.
However, during the course of the suspect's trial on criminal charges of DUI, the defendant's attorney objected to the admission of the nurse's affidavit and demanded that she testify in person in order to allow to cross-examine her.
examined by Lynn Williams of the Jockey Club, but you don't have anyone to cross-examine - all you can do is cross-examine the video tape - so you're at a bit of a disadvantage.