cross-examined love

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  • Though the James Group was allowed to call its own witnesses—and their lawyer could have cross-examined witnesses—they declined that option by not attending.

    Club Head Skips Hearing

  • His performance on the witness stand, especially when he is cross-examined by Mr. Rajaratnam's lawyers, could have a big impact on whether the government wins a conviction, lawyers say.

    Jury Hears Galleon Wiretaps

  • Mr. Kumar, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy and securities fraud in January 2010, is the second witness at his trial and hasn't been cross-examined yet.

    Cover-Up To Hide Stock Tips Is Alleged

  • Vuturo toughly cross-examined arresting officers demanding they tell in detail what they saw and what they did.

    Karl Grossman: The Last Police Raid on Gays of Fire Island

  • Last week, Stephenson was cross-examined by members of the Metropolitan Police Authority and asked about 24 meetings, mostly meals, he had with representatives from the News of the World, which Brooks used to edit and, until last week, oversaw on behalf of Rupert Murdoch.

    Champneys: the spa that helped secure Sir Paul Stephenson's fate

  • According to his paperwork, an officer with a shield number matching Mr. Moreno's was present but he conceded he could not recall when that officer arrived upon being cross-examined by Mr. Moreno's attorney, Joseph Tacopina.

    Rape Trial Testimony Disputed

  • Could I incorporate the witness who unsnapped his wooden leg and brandished it after being cross-examined about whether he was an able-bodied man?

    Allison Leotta: Carrying the Vagina Chart: Mixing Fact and Fiction in a Novel

  • I delved into everything I could get my hand on (at first this was through the University's library), cross-examined it with philosophical theories I knew -- learned some new ones along the way -- and wrote a paper at the University about some of the things I ended up concluding.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Solicitors acting for your paper say that, as the article was in the public interest, it might be defensible under a Reynolds qualified privilege defence; here "meaning" is not an issue but you and the journalist would be cross-examined on how responsible the journalism was if it goes to trial.

    Early Resolution offers a lifeline for journalists

  • For two days and then some, I was cross-examined about U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and Washington's potential reaction should Libya seek better ties with the U.S. It was hard to tell where all of the talk would eventually lead, but at least Qaddafi had an intelligence chief who could complete a logical thought and seemed to believe a saner Libya was possible.

    Amb. Marc Ginsberg: Burn Qaddafi's Green Book!

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