The Art of Cross-Examination
by Francis L. Wellman
Publisher: The Macmillan Company 1904
Number of pages: 286
I have not attempted to treat the subject in any scientific, elaborate, or exhaustive way; but merely to make some suggestions upon the art of cross-examination, which have been gathered as a result of twenty-five years' court practice, during which time I have examined and cross-examined about fifteen thousand witnesses, drawn from all classes of the community.
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