Before this, victims and witnesses could only be cross-examined
in court during the trial, although provisions existed to support those deemed vulnerable, such as giving evidence from behind a screen or via a video link.
Renta, an American citizen, was sued in the United States by a foreign government and was not permitted the right to have Dominican Republic government officials brought to the trial to be cross-examined
by his attorneys in the presence of the jury, said his attorney.
were to be cross-examined
by Lalit Modi's counsels Swadeep Hora and Abhishek Singh," an official statement from Mehmood Abdi, General Counsellor of Lalit Modi, said.
However, when cross-examined
by the IEBC lawyer, the court heard that the results from the remaining polling station indicated that Owino still had more votes than the petitioner Francis Mureithi.
But his son has said that as civil proceedings by some of his alleged victims have been started, the claims should go through the courts - where his father's accusers can be cross-examined
- before they feature in the inquiry.
RAWALPINDI -- The Anti-terrorism Court on Thursday cross-examined
the statement of head of FIA Investigation Team in Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto murder case and adjourned the hearing till May 11.
RAWALPINDI -- Two critical witnesses, including an electoral officer who provided the names of relatives of one of the 10 LeT terrorists who carried out the 2008 Mumbai attacks, were cross-examined
in an anti-terror court.
Ms Al Hawaj also cross-examined
medical examiner Dr Hatem Nabeel yesterday.
Howard Matz said he believed that Beard-Williams failed to appear to be cross-examined
because she expected the jury would decide against her.
OUTCAST John Anderson sparked outrage yesterday after claiming an alleged rape victim enjoyed being cross-examined
Jani Allen, journalist who sued over claims she had an affair with South African neo-Nazi Eugene Terre Blanche: "Whatever award is given for libel, being cross-examined
by you would not make it enough money.
People are being unlawfully arrested, thrown into jail, denied the right to employ counsel, or to communicate with their friends, or even to inform their families of their whereabouts, subjected to unlawful search, threatened, intimidated, examined, and cross-examined