Only use leading questions

  1. The attorney asking the questions controls the witness by not allowing him/ her to elaborate on his/her answers to the fact finder.
  2. The attorney is testifying, rather than the witness.
  3. The questions may come in more “rapid-fire” fashion, giving the witness less time to think through the answer before making it and thus increasing the likelihood of a mistake (or honesty) in answering.

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