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Questioning Techniques and Tactics, 3d (Trial Practice Series)

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Format: Binder/Looseleaf
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 1999-2020
Service #: 13975274
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Questioning Techniques and Tactics, 3d (Trial Practice Series)

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Questioning Techniques and Tactics examines proven techniques of questioning and their direct application to witnesses during trial or at deposition. Along with a discussion of tactics developed by law enforcement personnel, journalists, attorneys, and psychologists, the volume presents court-proven methods for maintaining witness control during oral testimony. Separate sections cover:

  • Fundamentals of questioning strategy
  • Principles of cross-examination
  • Handling witnesses who assert their Fifth Amendment privilege
  • Deposing a corporation, and defending an expert deposition
  • Psychological aspects of questioning strategy
  • Winning through interrogation
  • Questioning techniques and tactics
  • Handling particular types of witnesses
  • Handling opposing counsel
  • Verbal and non-verbal psychological ploys
  • Court-proven advice on maintaining control over oral testimony
  • Alienation of hostile witnesses and opposing counsel