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May 14, 2009

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gary

Sure there is.
If the witness is going to hurt your case, and shows the slightest hesitancy in answering questions, suggesting that they don't remember clearly is a way to have them impeach themselves.
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wayne

I'm a student my question in Philadelphia during a criminal trial, can the defendant during cross examination, before answering a question can he/she ask to have counsel with his/her attorney?

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