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Principles of cross-examination.

Harry Sabbath Bodin

Principles of cross-examination.

by Harry Sabbath Bodin

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Published by Practising Law Institute in [New York] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Witnesses -- United States.,
  • Cross-examination -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Prepared in cooperation with American Bar Association. Section of Legal Education.

    SeriesTrial practice -- no. 15.
    ContributionsPractising Law Institute., American Bar Association. Section of Legal Education.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination84 p.
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14523173M

    The book not only covers the general principles of effective cross-examination, it provides sample cross-examinations from trials, hearings on motions to suppress and probable cause hearings, including sample cross-examinations of. At first glance, The Art of Cross-Examination is a period piece. The first edition appeared over a century ago, in , and the last dates from the 's. Yet if there is a more useful how-to book for practicing lawyers, I haven't come across it/5(4).

    The Art of Cross-Examination 5 Want to win your next jury trial? For more trial advocacy tips and techniques, visit CONTENTS PART I: THE PRINCIPLES OF CROSS-EXAMINATION.   Cross-Examination Handbook, by Clark, Dekle and Bailey, is the best book on cross-examination I have ever read. Every lawyer should refer to it before commencing a deposition or going to trial. The work covers all possible contingencies that an attorney might face in examining a hostile witness, opposing party or expert, from gaining.

    During the trial in the regional court, the magistrate refused to allow cross-examination of the complainant concerning the contents of statements that she had made to the police. Satchwell J came to the conclusion that the refusal to allow such cross-examination was an irregularity and set the conviction aside. Cross-examination of a witness generally falls into two categories: offensive and defensive. In an offensive cross-examination, you can establish salient points that advance your client’s case. A defensive cross-examination is usually directed at blunting the effect of adverse testimony and at diminishing the opponent’s case.


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Principles of cross-examination by Harry Sabbath Bodin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cross-Examination: Science and Techniques, Second Edition, Larry Pozner and Roger Dodd continue their outstanding tradition of helping attorneys conduct commanding cross-examinations. The second edition offers deeper analysis of cross-examination methods, with more integration and interrelationship of techniques and by: 6.

Sequence cross-examination to teach the theory of the case in the best way, and to literally expand the rules of admissibility; Use loops (the practice of incorporating and repeating key phrases and terms in successive questions to the witness) to rename witnesses and exhibits.

Use double loops to discredit opposing expert by: 6. This book provides detailed insight into learning the tools necessary to become an effective cross-examiner, including: Obtaining a command of the English language. Developing a superior memory.

Understanding and manipulating the rules of : Thomson West. Lawyers will discover over courtroom-tested, cross-examination strategies they can use to turn even evidence AGAINST clients into verdicts FOR clients. This indispensable book also includes sample cross examination scripts and methods for information accumulation, storage, retrieval, and more.

Pattern Cross-Examinations. Strategies, angles of attack, and pattern cross-examinations for common fact patterns in 10 Principles of cross-examination. book areas of civil law, including: personal injury, medical malpractice, employment, and insurance. Cross-examinations for the key witnesses in every fact pattern are annotated with practice points, technique tips and objections/responses based 5/5(1).

Though the book was originally written way back the principles in it doesn't age at all and will go way further. Every Aspect and Angle of Cross examination technique is explained perfectly both in serious and humorous manner.

It is very easy to understand with many real life (actually used Principles of cross-examination. book court) s: 3. Principles of Cross-Examination. Scriptural basis for cross-examination: The method of eliciting truth by the method of cross-examination is as old as human nature.

Cross-examination is commonly esteemed the severest test of an advocate’s skill and perhaps it demands beyond any other of his duties the exercise of ingenuity. Before trial, prepare for cross-examination; at trial, decide whether you should cross-exam — be prepared.

Be civil and dignified in your questions and demeanor with the witness before the Jury and Judge — take the “high road” on most all endeavors. BASIC CROSS EXAMINATION PRINCIPLES. There are some fundamental principles of cross examination that should be observed in most situations.

These include the following: Make big points and ignore the details There is nothing more boring that a detailed, technical minute point by technical point in cross examination. An effective cross examination will start strong and end strong. This makes the most use of the primacy and recency principles.

Find a powerful point to advance with the first head point of your cross examination and a strong point to end on, put everything else in the middle. Have A Powerful Dismount. a number of basic principles that, if strictly followed, will give you a framework for structuring any cross examination.

And these principles work. Two Basic Disciplines: The instructional portion of this chapter is built on two time-tested cross examination techniques: 1. Approach Point Cross Examination is a discipline developed by the.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bodin, Harry Sabbath. Principles of cross-examination. [New York] Practising Law Institute, (OCoLC) Said to be the Bible of trial lawyers. So far I have not come across any other book that is older than this (until proven otherwise) that sets out guidelines for cross-examination of witnesses.

It is said that the earliest cross-examination ever recorded took place in /5(19). Cross Examination: Principles, Strategies, Techniques (On Demand CLE) CLE 90 min Cross Examination: Principles, Strategies, Techniques (On Demand CLE) Are you looking for tips and techniques to help your cross-examination practice.

Get the practical advice you need to give your cross a good polish, from this experienced and reknown civil litigator. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

The book is exhaustive in content, coherent and consistent in dealing with all the principles and practices in cross examination. A large number of cases have been incorporated to give practical examples and for a greater understanding of the subject. The book will be a valuable reference for legal practitioners and students of law as well.

Cross Examination is perhaps the most crucial aspect of court Iprocedures, once charges have been framed. It is truly an art that has to be learnt and mastered by the lawyer. The book by Aiyar and Aiyar is considered as an authority on the subject.

This indispensable collection of articles from Litigation magazine provides trial lawyers a blueprint for success in the art of effective cross-examination. With tips ranging from technical to practical, a lawyer preparing for cross-examination will find guidance on every angle: impeachment; how to prepare and ask questions; timing; and examining various types of.

The Art and Ethics of Cross-Examination Outline. c) Standard Admissibility A prosecutor should not mention or display, in the presence of the jury, and testimony or exhibit which the prosecutor does not a good faith belief will be admitted into evidence.

The Art of Cross-Examination by Francis Wellman has been one of the definitive titles on the subject of cross-examination for over a century. Wellman’s enduring work has inspired generations of trial lawyers, dedicated men and women who work tirelessly in the pursuit of justice.

Now with a new foreword and commentary. Walter R. Simpson has been litigating personal injury cases, representing both plaintiffs and defendants, since his graduation from the University of Missouri at Kansas City Law School in He has tried more than jury trials and has been a frequent speaker at CLE Seminars.

In Mr. Simpson was recognized by the Missouri Bar Foundation as the outstanding young .“The edition of Brockett and Keker's Effective Direct and Cross-Examination is a “must have” on the desk of every trial lawyer. In a concise, well-indexed, easy-to-read format, this volume tells the essentials of effective trial advocacy, from the perspective of two of the leading trial lawyers of this generation.The Art of Cross-Examination is a classic text for trial attorneys and law students on how to cross-examine n by American attorney Francis L.

Wellman, the book was first published in by The Macmillan Company, and was still in print more than years later.