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Practical Hints on Cross Examination

Practical Hints on Cross Examination

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  • Author(s): Justice S.B. Malik
  • Brand: Delhi Law House
  • Edition: 6 Ed Rp 2016
  • ISBN 13 9789381308585
  • Approx. Pages 1390 + Contents
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
Last editions of the instant book have been well read and appreciated by our esteemed readers. Malik's Cross Examination is widely acclaimed and retained authority on the discipline of law in hand. In pursuance of the developments as have been taken place in the field of law concerned, and due to persistent demand our readers to update this treatise, we have felt it necessary to revise the existing work. That's why we are under a bounded duty to publish a revised and up-to-date edition.
Cross-examination is the interrogation of a witness called by one's opponent. Cross-examination, is preceded by direct examination, under various jurisdictions, i.e., United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Pakistan, Hong Kong, South Africa and India, known as examination-in-chief. More so cross-examination may be followed by a re-direct examination under various jurisdictions, i.e., re-examination in England, Australia, Canada, Pakistan, Hong Kong, South Africa and India. In most common law countries, cross-examination are expected to follow the well-established rule in Browne's case.
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Contents
PRACTICAL HINTS ON CROSS-EXAMINATION
Chapter

I.                    CROSS-EXAMINATION-PROSPECTS AND PERSPECTIVES
II.                   A GENERAL SURVEY OF THE TOPIC
III                   PROVISIONS RELATING TO EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES WITH MODIFICATION
                       IN SAARC COUNTRIES
IV.                  OBJECT AND SCOPE OF CROSS-EXAMINATION
V.                   PREPARATION FOR CROSS-EXAMINATION
VI.                 CROSS-EXAMINATION AND ITS IMPORTANCE INVOLVED IN ADVOCACY
VII.                CROSS-EXAMINATION FROM THE STAND POINT OF THE LAWYER
VIII.               CROSS-EXAMINATION FROM THE STAND POINT OF THE WITNESS
IX.                 PRINCIPLES, RULES AND PRACTICAL HINTS OF CROSS-EXAMINATION
X.                  CROSS-EXAMINATION-PURPOSE AND PROSPECTS OF
XI.                 THEORY AND ART OF CROSS-EXAMINATION
XII.                CROSS-EXAMINATION-BASIC GUIDELINES
XIII.              DISCRETION OF THE COURT TO CONTROL THE CROSS-EXAMINATION
XIV.              DUTY AND POWERS OF COURT TO CROSS-EXAMINE A WITNESS
XV.               OPPORTUNITY AND FAILURE TO CROSS-EXAMINATION
XVI.              CROSS-EXAMINATION OF ADVOCATES
XVII.             CROSS-EXAMINATION OF CO-DEFENDANT WITNESSES
XVIII.            CROSS-EXAMINATION BY CO-ACCUSED
XIX.               CROSS-EXAMINATION OF POLICE OFFICIALS
XX.                ESTABLISHING PARTY'S CASE
XXI.              RULES RELATING TO ADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE IN SUBSEQUENT PROCEEDINGS
XXII.             RULES RELATING TO INCRIMINATING QUESTIONS
XXIII.            RULES RELATING TO PRODUCTION AND EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES
XXIV.            RULES RELATING TO EXAMINATION-IN-CHIEF
XXV.             RULES RELATING TO RE-EXAMINATION
XXVI.            RULES RELATING TO CROSS-EXAMINATION
XXVII.           RULES RELATING TO CORROBORATION XXVIII. RULES RELATING TO
                       PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS
XXIX.            RULES RELATING TO REFRESHING MEMORY
XXX.             RULES RELATING TO POWER OF JUDGE TO PUT QUESTIONS
XXXI.            COURT LAWYER AND CLIENT
XXXII.           SOME OF THE UNIFORGETABLE SCENES IN THE COURT-ROOM
XXXIII.         PUBLIC SERVANT-PRIVILEGES-CROSS-EXAMINATION
XXXIV.         MEDICO-LEGAL REPORT AND POST-MORTEM
XXXV.          IDENTIFICATION OF BLOOD-STAINS, NAIL PARINGS, SKULL AND SKELETON
                      BY SUPERIMPOSED PHOTOGRAPHS
XXXVI.         ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE FOR CROSS-EXAMINATION IN CASES WHERE THE
                      OFFENCES ARE COMMITTED WITH THE AID OF FIRE-ARMS INFORMATION
                      REGARDING FIRE-ARMS
XXXVII.       ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE OF VARIOUS TYPES OF INJURIES AND POISONING
                     USEFUL IN CROSS-EXAMINATION
XXXVIII.     MEDICAL EVIDENCE
XXXIX.       INSANITY AND MEDICAL WITNESS
XL.              WITNESS OF MISTAKE
XLI.            HOSTILE WITNESS
XLII.           WITNESS TO PRODUCE AND PROVE DOCUMENTS
XLIII.         ADMINISTERING POISON IN THE FOOD
XUV.          EVIDENCE AS TO CHARACTER
XLV.           APPROVER WHEN CAN BE REGARDED AS A TRUTHFUL WITNESS
XLVI.         CROSS-EXAMINATION OF A DETECTIVE
XLVII.        POINTS REQUIRING PROOF IN CRIMINAL CASES SURVEYED TO AID
                   EXAMINATION-IN-CHIEF AND CROSS-EXAMINATION
XLVIII.      POINTS REQUIRING PROOF IN CRIMINAL CASES UNDER VARIOUS
                   IMPORTANT MINOR CRIMINAL ACTS
XLIX.        SCOPE OF EXAMINATION-IN-CHIEF
L.               TYPES OF CROSS-EXAMINATION
LI.             BOLD CROSS-EXAMINATION
LII.            BROW-BEATING AND BULLYING CROSS-EXAMINATION
LIII.           DEFERRING CROSS-EXAMINATION
LIV.           DRAMATIC CROSS-EXAMINATION
LV.            LEADING QUESTIONS IN CROSS-EXAMINATION
LVI.          MISLEADING CROSS-EXAMINATION
LVII.         OVER CROSS-EXAMINATION
LVIII.        RAPID AND QUICK CROSS-EXAMINATION
LVIX.        SAVAGE, SMILING AND HUMOROUS CROSS-EXAMINATION
LVX.         SILENT CROSS-EXAMINATION
LXI.          SUGGESTIVE CROSS EXAMINATION AND EFFECT OF SUGGESTIONS MADE
                  TO A WITNESS
LXII.          ABUSE OF CROSS-EXAMINATION
LXIII.        RE-EXAMINATION AND RECALL OF WITNESSES
LXIV.        CROSS-EXAMINATION IN CASES OF DOWRY OFFENCES
LXV.         CROSS-EXAMINATION IN CASES OF U.P. GANGSTER AND ANTI-SOCIAL
                  PREVENTION ACT, 1986
LXVI.        CROSS-EXAMINATION IN CASES OF WATER (PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF
                  POLLUTION) ACT, 1979
LXVII.       TYPES OF WITNESSES
LXVIII.      SCOPE OF EXAMINATION OF WITNESSES
LXIX.        CROSS-EXAMINATION RULES
LXX.         CROSS-EXAMINATION TECHNIQUE
LXXI.        DONT'S OF CROSS-EXAMINATION
LXXII        TRUTHFUL AND DISHONEST WITNESSES
LXXIII.      CREDIBILITY OF WITNESSES
LXXIV.      HYPNOTISM UPON A WITNESS
LXXV.       DISCREDITING A WITNESS
LXXVI.     DISCREDITING AN ALIBI WITNESS
LXXVII.    THE EXPERT WITNESS AND CROSS-EXAMINATION OF MEDICAL, BALLISTIC,
                  CHEMICAL EXAMINER AND OTHER EXPERT WITNESSES
LXXVIII.   CROSS-EXAMINATION OF A TRAP WITNESS
LXXIX.      IMPEACHMENT
LXXX.       PERJURED TESTIMONY
LXXXI.      BIASED WITNESS
LXXXII.     INTOXICATED OR DRUNKEN WITNESSES
LXXXIII.   LUNATIC OR INSANE WITNESSES
LXXXIV.   CROSS-EXAMINATION OF WOMEN, CHILDREN, INVALIDS, ILLITERATES
                   AND OF FEEBLE UNDERSTANDING
LXXXV.     ACCIDENT CASES
LXXXVI.    CROSS-EXAMINATION WITH PHOTOGRAPHS
LXXXVII.   GUIDANCE FOR A WITNESS
LXXXVIII   GUIDANCE FOR A PROSECUTION WITNESS
LXXXIX.     FEW IMPORTANT EDUCATIVE CROSS-EXAMINATION BY IMMINENT
                    CROSS-EXAMINATION
XC.              MODEL QUESTIONS
XCI.            ANECDOTES IN COURTS
XCII.           TRICKY TENETS OF CROSS-EXAMINATION
XCIII.         METHODS OF GREAT CROSS-EXAMINATION
INDEX
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