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© D.L. Crumbley

A Bulletproof Expert

They give opposing counsel little or nothing

productive during cross-examination. This is

dangerous to the other side because the jury

expects  counsel to make some good points

during cross-examination. When few or no good

Points are made during cross-examination, the

expert’s stature is likely to grow significantly and

opposing counsel’s stature is likely to diminish.

Steven Babitsky  and J.J. Mangrauiti, Cross-Examination, Seak, Inc. 2003, p.392

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