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cross-examination

(kros′ĕg-zam″ĭ-nā′shŏn)
The interrogation of a witness by the opposing party in a legal dispute.
cross-examine (-zam′ĭn)

cross-examination,

n the questioning of a witness by the party against whom he or she has been called and examined.
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To a question, Asjad that today the matter was fixed for cross examination of NADRA's forensic report but it was adjourned after Imran Khan's counsel sought time for the purpose.
The court remarked " matter was of technical nature therefore, the court gives 10 days more to sessions judge for cross examination of the witnesses and directs him to present report before it.
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The judge also allowed extensive cross examination of defense experts outside of their area of expertise.
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ISLAMABAD, February 24, 2012 (Balochistan Times): The memo tribunal on Thursday disposed of three applications of Hussain Haqqanis lawyer Zahid Bukhari, seeking permission to be allowed him to visit London for cross examination of Mansoor Ijaz, and forensic evidences and a verified copy of Mansoor Ijazs testimony be provided to him before cross examination.
Later, on cross examination, Cypress Attorney Paul Heller touched McAlexander's ohm meter to his nose and got the same result as the Cypress product.