Cross-examination

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  • Francis L. Wellman's The Art Of Cross Examination

    Cross-questioning is a form of dialectic. It is the art or practice of communication employed in “the investigation of truth of opposing opinions by logical discussion.” The exercise is well known to the Western world as the Socratic method. The Greek called this method “elenchus,” which often refers as refutation. Other words that can be used to describes the term are acquisitioning, testing, probing, questioning, counter-question, inquiring, investigating, or cross-examining. Because of this, it is very popular in today use of interrogate, proof, or examination in the law of court. This method according to Christopher Meckstroth, consisted of asking “a series of questions that push the interlocutor to clarify and draw out the implications…

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  • Narrative Essay: Superior Court Cases

    When I spoke to my boss at the office about how confusing the questioning was, he explained that it is important to make the questioning confusing, so that the jury gets confused, as feels like they cannot find the defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. They were no objections made during the cross-examination. Attorneys can make an objection to the judge or question a piece of evident brought up during the case. After the defense was finished, cross-examine the first witness, the…

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  • Criminal Trial Analysis

    Once the cross examination was done, the judge wanted a 15 minute recess. During the 15 minutes our class had an opportunity to talk to the judge, and ask him questions. The judge was a friendly, down to earth person, who like to joke around with everybody in the court. I never actually saw him put down anybody. The judge told us that he can not release too much information, because it was an ongoing trial. He also told us that there were over 6000 criminal cases, and most of them are not…

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  • Relationship Between Positive Future Expectations And Symptoms Of Depression

    When thinking positive, you are thinking on the bright side of what can potentially happen. Many people positively fantasize about their futures. Some people who think positive, expect positive results, as we all should. Can those positive thoughts lead to something worse eventually? I have always been taught to think positive, to never let negative thoughts get you down. Always think positive, think it into existence or it will never happen. There are people who have been taught, and…

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  • Student Work Reflective Essay

    Thomas Watson, former chairman of IBM said, “Nothing so conclusively proves a man’s ability to lead others, as what he does from day to day to lead himself.” In my current position, the best things I can do to strengthen and improve the teaching profession are to teach to the best of my abilities, be a professional, maintain a positive attitude, keep my focus student-centered, and influence other teachers to do the same. One of my fellow teachers, Mrs. Pam Parris, and her exceptional…

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  • Comprehensive History

    The comprehensive history and physical examination (H&P) is made up of the following nine major components: history of present illness (HPI), past medical history (PMH), family history, psychosocial, review of systems (ROS), physical examination, laboratory data, problem list, and treatment plan. The HPI section addresses the current problem for which the patient is seeking care for and its chronological development up to the present time. The elements need to be documented are location,…

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  • Reflective Essay: A Lessons Learned In High School

    A Lesson Learned My senior year was a complete disaster. I never took anything serious, and I always waited till the last minute to do everything. All throughout my senior year teachers told me I needed to push myself to achieve a higher grade although my stubborn self never listened. I can remember I always was a student who fell under the c to a d range in my grades with homework and tests, and my teachers always told me I could do better. It was not till one day that was towards the last…

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  • Importance Of Curriculum And Instruction Variables

    Curriculum and Instruction Variables: 1. This classroom is quite small, containing a smart board and a white board. There were a few inspirational posters that displayed quotes from people such as Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi and Amelia Earhart. There was also a wall dedicated to the “Picture of the Day,” a warm up activity generally used to initiate conversation or introduce the day’s lesson. Since this is an upper school science classroom, there are several textbooks in the room covering…

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  • Ultrasound Images: A Literature Review

    application of skill and equipment (Bahner et al., 2013). Beyond enhancing the medical education experience, ultrasound succeeds in broadening the understanding of the physical exam. It should be noted that the physical exam is at the core of the medical diagnosis. It should be reiterated that advancement in medical technology is an inescapable phenomenon. It is for this reason that preparing students for future technological changes is essential. To put this claim into perspective, Sanches…

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  • How To Write A Reflective Essay On A Mock Test

    Reflection Task: Description It was during my last year of A-levels that I had a mock exam in PE, this exam was our first proper practice of a real A2 type paper that included everything we had been taught during the year. The whole of my class had to sit this test and we were graded and listed best to worst according to our marks, it also gave our teacher a guide for a prediction of our final grade. I was put under a lot of pressure by my peers and my teacher as I was deemed the best in the…

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