Redirect Examination

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Time
1 hour 49 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
2
Video Transcription
00:00
the final part of the testimony experience is what's known as redirect examination, and it's really great that there's an opportunity in many cases toe have redirect examination.
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We're gonna talk about how you can finish up your testimony with redirect examination,
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so redirect examination is an opportunity for you to clarify anything from cross examination.
00:26
It's an opportunity for your attorney to get back up and start asking you questions to clarify or to give you an opportunity to clarify anything that was a simple yes, no. That you feel needed more information or anything that was unclear or potentially
00:43
misstated during cross examination
00:47
is an opportunity for you to clean up the record,
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and it's
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often times a
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very good opportunity to do these things.
01:02
In this video, we discussed finishing up testimony with redirect examination.
01:08
So here's a quiz question,
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which is not a stage of expert testimony, one cross examination,
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two primary examination or three direct examination.
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The answer is
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primary examination.
01:26
The three
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stages of expert testimony are direct examination,
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cross examination
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and redirect examination
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in this video, and in this module we discussed voir dire of experts and how Volodya of experts works.
01:45
We talked about the Fry and Albert rules. We talked about the difference between consulting and testifying.
01:52
We talked about direct cross and redirect examination and their roles and how you prepare for their for each of those stages.
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