Procedure for Identifying & Questioning Witnesses to a Crime

Whenever there are known witnesses to a crime, it is crucial that the witnesses are questioned in a proper manner and, if a report is made of the interview, that the report is properly disclosed.  No party wants a judge to exclude a witness because of a procedural error in the handling of such a statement.  Likewise, no one wants to be accused of sandbagging the other side, or conducting a trial by ambush.  To read more about this issue, please click on the following link to article that addresses this important area.

https://www.greghillassociates.com/procedure-for-identifying-questioning-witnesses-to-a-crime.html.

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