Cross-examination is the interrogation of a witness or claimant in court by the other side’s lawyer.
The three rules of cross-examination are: 1) leading questions only, 2) one fact at a time, and 3) leading towards a definite objective.
Not all lawyers do this very well. If you are going to be cross-examined, we will meet with you to prepare you for the experience and to answer the questions in an effective way.
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