Interviewing the Complaining Witness
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November 17, 2020
Oakland County Bar Association
Criminal Law, Juvenile Law
Please note: credit for this seminar is available only in the calendar year in which the seminar is viewed.
Part of the discovery process in a criminal case involves assessing the strength of the prosecution’s case. This includes assessing the statement of a complaining witness to determine his or her recollection of the incident as well as his or her credibility. This seminar will include a discussion of the reasons to interview or not interview a complaining witness, who should conduct the interview, and strategies to employ during the interview and at trial. Expand summary
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