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(law) close questioning of a hostile witness in a court of law to discredit or throw a new light on the testimony already provided in direct examination

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Mumbai, (Maharashtra) [India] Mar 12 ( ANI ): On the last day of cross-examination by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in connection with alleged Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) violations, i.
Mr Radely, a forensic expert who identified the use of Calibri font prior to its formal launch in the trust deed singed by Maryam Nawaz, also admitted that in the meeting he had prepared the notes which he used during the cross-examination on him.
At resumed trial on Friday, a staff member of the bank told the court to do cross-examination, that she was the manager of the branch of the first generation bank, where the second accused account is domiciled
ISLAMABAD -- The star witness against the daughter and the son-in-law of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif in the Avenfield Apartments reference Robert Radley has admitted that he along with another witness, Akhtar Raja of the Quist Solicitors, had held a meeting with NAB Deputy Prosecutor General Sardar Muzaffar Abbasi, Director Investigation Amjad Nazir Olakh and another official on Wednesday and they had discussed the notes for his statement and cross-examination, according to a report by a private media outlet.
During the justice committee inquiry, its members voted 30-4 to deny Sereno's motion seeking her right to counsel and cross-examination, which her camp slammed as 'a clear violation of the provisions enshrined in the Constitution.
Summary: Prosecution analyst Andrew Donaldson took to the witness stand at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon once again Monday, under cross-examination by Emile Aoun, lead defense counsel for defendant Salim Ayyash.
This guide for beginning and advanced students, debate coaches, and teachers explains how to survive a policy debate (also known as cross-examination debate).
com)-- Roger Dodd, one of the country's top experts on cross-examination, has contributed to the most recent edition of one of his most cherished books; "The Art of Cross-Examination" by Francis Wellman.
But during cross-examination of a prosecution witness on Thursday, prosecutor Francis McEntee asked the court to rise.
In talented hands, cross-examination is a scalpel, disemboweling even the cleverest dissembler.
According to details, a former Inspector City Police Station, Kashif Riaz, could not appear before the court for cross-examination on the statement recorded before the Anti-Terrorist Court (ATC) Rawalpindi, Judge Rai Mohammad Ayub Marth.
Judge Geoffrey Marson QC said two days had been fixed in August this year for a ground rules hearing when questions are agreed for cross-examination of the schoolgirl complainant before the videoing of her cross-examination takes place in September.
LAHORE -- The tribunal comprising Justice (retd) Kazim Ali Malik Tuesday summoned NADRA Chairman Usman Yousuf Mobeen and Director General (Data) Muzzafar Ali for recording their statements and cross-examination on May 30.
It is not difficult to identify foundational principles that, if properly understood and applied, allow you to "survive" cross-examination.
People who may find it difficult to give their best possible evidence in a courtroom and all child victims will be considered for pre-trial cross-examination in the pilot areas.