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Attorneys methods of questioning can be very strange.

You think the questions are going somewhere and will fit like a puzzle but in the end they just flop with no point made.  It can be a big waste of time. 

Posted - May 9, 2022


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      (Attorneys Attorneys’)
    Without the apostrophe, it’s a plural noun. With the apostrophe placed after the last letter, it’s a possessive plural noun.
      (Comma after the word “puzzle”.)

      June 7, 2022 8:06 AM MDT

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    That’s an intentional practice that’s designed to get around a witness’ attempt to hide the truth or outright lie. By not knowing exactly what information is being sought, a person who is trying to lie can inadvertently reveal something when he or she has been confused by the line of questioning. 

      June 7, 2022 8:10 AM MDT

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    Yes, I believe, after 14 years of it. 
      June 7, 2022 8:26 AM MDT