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Date Published

July 1, 2016

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Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

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Direct Examination

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Summary

When leading the witness may be appropriate and permissible; that documents are used to corroborate, not present the story; and that if you redirect, be sure it really adds something to the prior testimony.

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Hon. Michael J. Raphael

Judge Michael J. Raphael was appointed to Los Angeles Superior Court in 2011. Prior to his appointment, Judge Raphael was an... Read More

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