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    Edwards Wildman's Gary Urwin Breaks Down Top Witness-Examination Truisms in The Recorder

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    Gary Urwin, a business litigator in Edwards Wildman's Los Angeles office, wrote an article analyzing how commonly-cited truisms on witness examination have held up in the changing litigation landscape in The Recorder. In the article, "Top Witness-Examination Truisms," Urwin discussed whether lawyers should ask leading questions on cross, not direct; whether to ask a question at trial unless you know the answer; if a lawyer should be tirelessly aggressive toward the opposing party's witnesses; and when you have the testimony you want, sit down.

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