Leading Questions

McElhaney, James W.
October 1989
ABA Journal;Oct89, Vol. 75 Issue 10, p104
Offers advice to lawyers on conducting a direct examination by asking leading questions. Definition of a leading question; Leading questions on preliminary matters that are not in dispute; Asking leading questions with witnesses who have temporary memory lapses; Re-direct examination.


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