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It's written by a Canadian lawyer, but may give you some ideas anyway. See "Using Technology in Cross-Examination and Argument," by Michael Fraleigh.
April 20, 2004 in Courtroom Tech, Cross-Examination | Permalink
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Speaking of technology, we are now using www.witnessinfo.com to run comprehensive reports on every witness (friendly or hostile) prior to testimony. It costs about $20, but usually gives us enough to depose/cross for days and can be unnerving to the hostile witness. Gives info on criminal history, driving history, corp affiliations, assets, residences etc My own report was 67 pages--which is about average.
Paul Vazquez |
July 23, 2004 at 01:46 PM
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