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Washington Legal News

Motorcycles are a lot of fun to ride, and the rate of motorcycle ownership in the U.S. has risen dramatically recently, with a 75% increase in registrations between 1997 and 2006. The average age of riders has increased as well, from 27.1 years in 1985 to 41.0 years in 2003.

In the first part of this article series, I described the reasons that a trial attorney needs to cross-examine an expert witness.

Against the expert witness defending his home territory, the trial lawyer has four main advantages.

I recently read an article by Sarah Mui regarding whether judges should allow questions from jurors during a jury trial.  The article brings up some interesting points.

Throughout my years as a trial attorney, I have found that one of the most challenging aspects of trial is cross-examining an expert witness. I’ve written an article series describing my experience and the methods I’ve used that have allowed me to gain real advantages through cross-examination of an expert witness. These methods have proven highly successful for me for 40+ years. I will be publishing the article series over the next several days, so keep an eye out for the next installment.

Part 1 - Why cross-examine an expert witness?

A man keeps multiple loaded guns unsecured throughout his house which he shares with a girlfriend, who has periodic visits from her nine year old son.  For two days the man does not notice that one of the loaded guns is missing. The nine year old boy has put one of the loaded guns into his backpack, and taken it to school. The gun discharges from the backpack and critically injures a classmate.  Should the man be held to have “caused” the personal injury to the classmate?