Short statements = control

  1. The shorter your question, the better. If you can ask a one-word question, then you have mastered cross-examination.
  2. Break down questions into the shortest possible question. A series of short questions provide little opportunity to equivocate or avoid the answer.
  3. Simplicity leaves no escape route for the witness. Simplicity builds precision.

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