Over the years, I've done almost fifty posts on cross-examination. The easiest way to find them is in the weblog's cross-examination category.
Some representative posts:
- "Scott Turow's Five Essentials of Cross-Examination"
- "Cross-Examining by Body Language and Tone of Voice"
- "Cross-Examination at Trial: Just Say No."
- "Craft a Cross-Examination Using the Witness's Own Documents."
- "Where and How to Stand During Direct and Cross-Examination"
- "Cross-Examining the Liar at Trial: Two Absolute Prerequisites"
- "Preparing for Expert Depositions by Looking Ahead to the Cross-Examination at Trial."
To make this weblog easier to navigate, almost every post has been assigned to one or more categories. These categories are listed in a column on the weblog's left side.