Re-examination

Once a witness has given their evidence-in-chief and been cross-examined by the other side the barrister may re-examine their witness. The purpose of re-examination is to give the witness an opportunity to explain any matters raised during cross-examination and is therefore limited to only those matters that were raised during cross-examination. It is not another opportunity to go through the evidence provided.

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