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Ben Rubinowitz is a partner at Gair, Conason, Steigman, Mackauf, Bloom & Rubinowitz and an adjust professor at Hofstra University School of Law and Cardozo Law School. Evan Torgan is a member of Torgan & Cooper. They can be reached at speak2ben@aol.com and info@torgancooper.com. Richard Steigman, a partner at Gair, assisted in the preparation of this article.

Controlling Witnesses on Direct and Cross

Controlling Witnesses on Direct and Cross

In virtually any case you try, you will be confronted with the uncontrollable witness. Unfortunately, an out-of-control witness can destroy a case. Your job is to prevent this from occurring. There are many ways to deal with the out-of-control witness, but the starting point is to listen to the witness and to pay attention to each answer. As attorneys, we […]

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