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13 10, 2013

WHAT’S IN A QUESTION?

By |October 13th, 2013|Aggressive Questioning, Deposition and Cross, Interrogation, Interview, Questions, Tips on Cross|0 Comments

All questions are not created equal. What we are trying to accomplish by questioning determines what questions we ask, and how we ask them. “Have you stopped beating your wife?” is not a question designed to elicit information. Socrates asked questions to make his listeners think, and his methodology led to countless generations of law [...]

15 06, 2012

AGGRESSIVE QUESTIONING ON CROSS-EXAMINATION

By |June 15th, 2012|Aggressive Questioning, Books on Cross, Tips on Cross|0 Comments

Argumentative Questioning - Then and NowAt the dawn of the Twentieth Century, the English barrister, James Ram, wrote a book entitled A Treatise on Facts as Subjects of Inquiry by a Jury. The work, which became quite popular in the United States as Ram on Facts, is available for download from the Internet Archive. In [...]

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