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Free Webinar on Art of Cross Examination and Criminal Law

INBA Academy is organising a webinar on Art of Cross Examination and Criminal Law by Shri K.T.S. Tulsi Ji.

Date: 28th March, 2015 at 11:15 AM

Most lawyers do a good job in their opening statements, direct examinations, and closing arguments, but never learn the art of cross-examination. To master that art, lawyers need to conduct cross-examinations with the same attention they pay to do the other phases of the trial.

Few suggestions from KTS Tulsi Ji:
The central point of cross-examination is that the witness should not be able to predict the answer to your questions. It is important to put the witness at ease by asking questions in a friendly manner. The more a witness talks, the better it is for the cross-examiner because each answer suggests several other questions. If you have documentary evidence and the witness makes a statement contrary to that document, pretend to believe him. Lead him to state more falsehood and use the document as a trump card to destroy his credibility. Shouting and screaming at the witness does no good. A smart cross-examiner never leaves his friendly demeanour and invariably gets a better of a witness

The webinar offers the following tips to highlight the special purposes of cross-examination and to be a guide for mastering the art of cross-examination

You will learn:

  • Art of Cross Examination
  • Practicing Criminal Law
  • Things you should you about criminal law
  • Best Practices in Criminal Law

Online Registration Form:
http://app.webinarsonair.com/register/?uuid=6661dcb92a0c483d947b86e8dce992c3

Contact:
Mr. Manuj Bhardwaj
Indian National Bar Association
Phone: +91-7503590342, +91-9015704828
Email: manuj.lawstudent@gmail.com
Website: http://www.indianbarassociation.org

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