Ethics

Attorneys Shouldn't Speak to Witnesses 
During Cross-Examination.

, The Legal Intelligencer

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If a party is on the witness stand, can the attorney who presents the witness speak to the witness when he or she begins cross-examination?

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  • Christopher Everspark

    Thank you for explaining this thoroughly. Those who get their information from movies maybe misinformed about this, but this article clarifies some of the confusion.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxkh94V_bgk

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