Cross-Examination for Depositions
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The authors emphasize the technique of using cross-examination constructively, to elicit facts from opposing witnesses to further your own theory of the case, as opposed to merely attacking your opponent’s theory of the case. This technique, first introduced by Larry Pozner and co-author Roger Dodd in the classic work Cross-Examination: Science and Techniques, is devastatingly effective.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Purposes of Depositions
Chapter 3 Preparing for the Deposition
Chapter 4 The Three Rules of Cross-Examination During the Deposition
Chapter 5 Chapters
Chapter 6 Chapter Sequences
Chapter 7 Constructive Cross-Examination at Depositions
Chapter 8 Advanced Skills
Chapter 9 Documents at Depositions
Chapter 10 Objections at the Deposition
Chapter 11 Practical Considerations
Chapter 12 Ethical Considerations