By |August 28th, 2013|Barrister Richard Harris, Contradiction Technique of Cross-Examination, Identification Witness|1 Comment

How far has the art of cross-examination progressed in the last century? Has it progressed at all? We can get some indication from Illustrations in Advocacy, a nineteenth century trial advocacy manual by the British barrister, Richard Harris. In a chapter entitled “Several Modes of Cross-Examination,” Harris discusses how, and how not, to cross-examine an [...]