Difference between revisions of "Hostile witness"

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A hostile witness is a witness whose testimony is not favorable to the party who calls him or her as a witness. A hostile witness may be asked leading questions and may be cross-examined by the party who calls him or her to the stand.  
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A hostile witness is a [[witness]] whose [[testimony]] is not favorable to the party who calls him or her as a witness. A hostile witness may be asked leading questions and may be [[cross-examine]]d by the party who calls him or her to the stand.  
 
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Revision as of 21:24, 10 July 2007

A hostile witness is a witness whose testimony is not favorable to the party who calls him or her as a witness. A hostile witness may be asked leading questions and may be cross-examined by the party who calls him or her to the stand.