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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)
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The camp of Sereno decried the denial of her motion to be represented by a counsel and to cross-examine witnesses through her lawyers saying the event was a "sad day for justice.
22) Since the Supreme Court had not issued an opinion on the nature of the right in question, the Eighth Circuit concluded that due process does not afford social security claimants an absolute right to cross-examine individuals who submit a report.
But upon being prevented to cross-examine witnesses and Gadon at the hearing, Sereno's lawyers excused themselves and left.
EdcelLagmanfiled two position papers on the right to counsel and cross-examine the witnesses in the impeachment proceedings.
and Juan Ponce Enrile, who were sitting senators at that time, and were not even given the right to cross-examine as that may be conducted during the trial.
Civil proceedings are in train and it is in those civil proceedings that we do get the right to cross-examine, when those allegations can be tested.
If both Pakistan and India agreed then the judicial commission could travel to India to cross-examine the witnesses in the future, the court said.
12 -- The 2G Spectrum scam case, one of the biggest financial scandals to rock the country as well as the Manmohan Singh government, on Friday entered a crucial stage with a Delhi court commencing the trial amidst protest by former Telecom Minister and prime accused A Raja refusing to cross-examine witnesses saying trial cannot start when the probe is still underway.
Judges adjourned the case to January 11 to cross-examine further witnesses.
As the claimant in the unfair dismissal case, it was expected that Mr Collins would read out his witness statement today, before giving James Taylor, representing the National Trust, the chance to cross-examine him.
In the High Court in Belfast a lawyer for Freddie Scappaticci - the republican alleged to have been the army's top spy inside the IRA - said: "It looks likely that I will be applying for leave to cross-examine the Minister.