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Examinees guide to cross-examination

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Introduction
Cross-examination can be an intimidating experience for the person being examined (the examinee). However, examinees can reduce their fear of cross-examination by better understanding the process and their role in it. This article provides an overview of cross-examination and identifies some of the basic issues that witnesses should be aware of going into a cross-examination. 
 
Cross-examination may occur in a variety of contexts, including during trials held in court and in examinations for discovery in civil proceedings.

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