The practice of the law in all its departments

The practice of the law in all its departments

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XXIX. a close, no other counsel on the same side can put a question Incidents. ... Questions must be perti neat to the issue. i. ... that party, and that a leading question in effect suggests to the witness the answer that he is desired to give, and invites misrepresentation, ... And as to complaisance, the instances given by Shakspenre aquot;ill illustrate, see Hamlet, act iii. scene So, and act v. scene 2d, particularlyanbsp;...


Title:The practice of the law in all its departments
Author: Joseph Chitty
Publisher: - 1835
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