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Art of Cross Examination

Art of Cross Examination

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  • Author(s): R. Chakraborty, R.P. Kataria
  • Publisher: Orient Publishing Company
  • Edition: 3 Ed Rp 2020
  • ISBN 13 9788187197645
  • Approx. Pages 1696 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
We are pleased to release the third edition of book "Art of Cross Examination." Cross-examination is the interrogation of a witness by a party other than the direct examiner upon a matter that is within the scope of direct examination of the witness. Generally the scope of examination is limited to matter concerned on direct admission. Cross-examination is an art which can be learnt only by actual practice and no amount of theoretical instructions however sound can coach or junior practitioner to efficient standard. Many cases are won due to effective cross examination. When a lawyer's case is called he ought not at once to jump up and begin his statement that would rather indicate a State of excitement when he should be calm and composed. It is the duty of the lawyer to answer any question that may be put to him by the Court. Its relevance or its futility is no concern of his. He cannot take it upon himself to elaborate the correct position, leaving Judge's questions answered. His duty is to give a straight answer to any question that is put to him from the Bench. He follow it up with an explanation which will may then have a hearing. It is a common trait of lawyer, which Judges complaint against the questions are not fairly and squarely answered. The lawyer had better leave no room for such a complaint. It is possible that if  he question has any remote bearing upon the points at issues, his failure to give direct answer will be a factor against his client.
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Table of Contents
Division I : Advocacy and Its Art
Chapter 1 to 32
Division II : Of Evidence and Witnesses
Chapter 33 to 69
Division III : Cross Examination
Chapter 70 to 104
Division IV : Arguments and Appeals
Chapter 105 to 114
Division V : Model Questions
Subject Index
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Author Details
R.CHAKRABORTY, Advocate, Supreme Court Author of Law Relating to Trusts in India Law Relating to Land Acquisition and Compensation; Law Relating to Guardians and Wards; Sale of Goods and Partnership, Registration Act, etc., etc.
R.P. KATARIA, Advocate Author of: Consumer Protection; Right to information; Civil Drafting; Domestic Violence; Criminal Pleadings and Drafting; Law of Execution; Law of Dowry Prohibition; Prevention of Immoral Traffic; Commentary on Indian Penal Code, 1860; Public Interest Litigations, etc., etc.

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