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n. a question asked of a witness by an attorney during a trial or...
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A question framed so as to give the respondent a clue as to how he or she should answer.
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A question asked of a witness who is under oath, which suggests the answer. An improper leading question would be "Didn't the defendant appear to you to be going too fast in the limited visi [..]
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A leading question, also known as a "suggestive interrogation," is one that suggests (or leads to) the desired answer. Most of the time these are questions which have only yes or no as corre [..]
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see question
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A question phrased in such a way as to draw out a specific answer wanted by the questioner.
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A leading question is a question asked of a witness by an attorney during a trial or a deposition which suggests a desired answer or puts words in the mouth of the witness. Such a question is often th [..]
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Question which suggests the answer desired of witness. Generally may be asked only of a hostile witness and on cross-examination.
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A question so worded as to suggest an answer. “Was he dressed in a black coat?” leads to the answer “Yes.” In cross-examining a witness, leading questions are permi [..]
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A question that suggests the answer desired of the witness. A party generally may not ask one’s own witness leading questions. Leading questions may be asked only of adverse witnesses and on cross-e [..]
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A question that suggests the answer desired of the witness. A party generally may not ask one's own witness leading questions. Leading questions may be asked only of hostile witnesses and on c [..]
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A question that has the answer in the question. e.g. "Were his eyes blue?" Avoid using these in an interview
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One which virtually instructs a witness how to answer or puts into his mouth words to be echoed back; one which suggests to the witness the answer desired. Ordinarily prohibited on direct examination, although allowed on cross-examination.
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A question that instructs the witness how to answer, puts words into the witness’s mouth or suggests the desired answer.
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A question that suggests the answer desired of the witness. A party generally may not ask one's own witness leading questions; leading questions may be asked only of hostile witnesses and on cros [..]
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 a question that instructs a witness hwo to answer, or suggests which answer is desired
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A question that suggests the answer desired of the witness. A party generally may not ask one’s own witness leading questions. Leading questions may be asked only of hostile witnesses and on cross-examination.
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A question that suggests or implies a particular answer by the way the question is sequenced, structured, or worded.
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n. a question asked of a witness by an attorney during a trial or a deposition (questioning under oath outside of court), suggesting an answer or putting words in the mouth of the witness. Such a ques [..]
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A question that suggests the answer or that contains the information for which the examiner is looking.
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