One of the most important sections of any trial is the cross-examination of the witnesses. Without cross-examining a witness, his statement is incomplete and the trial cannot be concluded. While its importance is prime in any trial, it is pertinent to understand how to perfect the art of cross-examination. Below is a brief account of the relevance, objectives and the nuances associated with the art of cross-examination.
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