cross-examine


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cross-examine

verb ask questions, catechize, challenge, check, cross interrogate, cross question, examine, ferret out, grill, inquire of, interpellate, interrogate, probe, query, question, quiz, reexamine, subject to examination
Associated concepts: cross-examination limited to the scope of the direct examination, direct examination, right to cross-examine
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At that time, Sereno's counsels were still insisting that they be permitted to face their client's accuser in Gadon and cross-examine his witnesses.
Perales (18) that due process affords social security claimants an absolute right to cross-examine individuals who submit reports.
Mr Justice Toulson said fairness meant GPs were entitled to cross-examine witnesses making accusations against them ( if the witnesses were willing and unless there were exceptional circumstances which made that impossible.
Mr Campbell condemned the trust's treatment of Dr Ghosh as "disgraceful and unfair" and said the GP had not been allowed legal representation during the internal inquiry or been allowed to cross-examine witnesses.
Accordingly, the court held that the "Confrontation Clause" bars the use of testimonial statement made by a witness who does not appear at trial, unless the witness is unavailable to testify at trial, and the defendant has had an opportunity to cross-examine the witness regarding the statement.
35] In reviewing the decision of the trial court as to the extent of the privilege, appellate courts will examine whether the defense had adequate opportunity to cross-examine and confront witnesses on the particular issue in question.
Because plaintiff counsel commonly relies on treating physicians to make a client's case, it is rarely necessary to cross-examine them.
She said the rule that the committee invoked was not applicable in the first place because the subject matter is an impeachment process, not an investigation in aid of legislation, noting Section 6 of the Rules of Procedure on Impeachment recognizes the right of a respondent to cross-examine.
I was wondering whySerenowants to cross-examine the complainant.
Farinas himself was surprised with Sereno's motion to cross-examine the complainant.
Moreover we are denied the right to cross-examine what we know to be false allegations and we say this process actually discredits the important work of the inquiry.
The anti-terrorism court judge Habibur Rehman said that the report compiled by the nine-member judicial commission from Pakistan and their Indian counterparts was unlawful because the defendants were not given the right to cross-examine the witnesses.