Law Firm, Gonzalez & Waddington, LLC, has published a new video lecture dedicated to helping trial lawyers control difficult or hostile witnesses during cross-examination.. This video lecture will also have information useful to anybody facing the task of controlling challenging opposing witnesses on cross-examination.
Interested parties are invited to review the video lecture on their website: https://ucmjdefense.com/cross-examination-techniques-part-1-controlling-difficult-witnesses-on-cross-examination.html
This most recent video lecture from Gonzalez & Waddington, LLC contains precise and detailed steps and instructions, designed to be used by trial attorneys that want to learn the best cross-examination techniques and others who need help controlling hostile witnesses during cross-examination with as little stress as possible.
Gonzalez & Waddington, LLC states that this accessible, easy to follow video lecture provides all of the information necessary to fully understand the topic, to get the results they want.
The Full One-Hour Video Lecture, Cross-Examination Techniques – Controlling Difficult Witnesses on Cross-Examination Covers: How to use the Chapter Method to control any witness, especially difficult ones. How to ask only one new fact per question. Why not to use adjectives when cross-examining a witness, such as enormous, many, few, silly, yellow, fun. Why? Because adjectives are not facts, adjectives describe the qualities or quantities of nouns such as: enormous, many, few, doglike, silly, yellow, fun, fast. Therefore, adjectives allow the witness to equivocate on responses. Don’t use adverbs when cross-examining a witness. Why? Because adverbs are not facts, adverbs modifies or qualifies an adjective, verb, or other adverb or a word group. Therefore, adverbs allow the witness to quibble and not answer yes or no to your question.
When asked for more information about their reasons behind creating a the video lecture on Cross-Examination Techniques – Controlling Difficult Witnesses on Cross-Examination and what they hope to accomplish with it, Michael Waddington, Partner at Gonzalez & Waddington, LLC said: “Cross-examining difficult witnesses does not have to be so stressful. It should be fun, especially with these easy to follow techniques.”
Lawyers and anybody interested in Cross-Examination Techniques – Controlling Difficult Witnesses on Cross-Examination are invited to review the how-to guide online: https://ucmjdefense.com/cross-examination-techniques-part-1-controlling-difficult-witnesses-on-cross-examination.html
More information about Gonzalez & Waddington, LLC itself can be found at https://ucmjdefense.com
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