Cross-examining the expert witness
Christopher E. Hinkson, QC
Current to: November 15, 2001
Posted: Thursday, December 13, 2001
Christopher E. Hinkson, QC provides advice on three areas of cross-examination of an expert witness that can be most productive: the expert's qualifications, the factual assumptions upon which the opinion is based, and attacking the expert's theory of the case.
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