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Record 1 2015-03-18

English

Subject field(s)
  • Practice and Procedural Law
  • Law of Evidence
CONT

It is often found that in his repetition [a witness] gives the lacking statement -- possibly omitting one given the first time. This method may be tried more than once, and as a matter of expediency -- so as to have the advantage of getting the whole story on the witness's own unaided recollection -- counsel might pass on to some other subject and later revert to the conversation, asking him again to state it.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Droit judiciaire
  • Droit de la preuve

Spanish

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