National Institute for Trial Advocacy

Tongue Tied or Loose Lipped: Dealing with Difficult Witnesses

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Trying to get a witness to talk during a deposition can be very difficult. But getting a witness to stop talking can be even harder. This webcast will provide tips on how to deal with these challenges, as well as other “problem witnesses,” like those that play word games or equivocate or give you an answer to a question you never asked.

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Edward A. Sullivan

South Bend, IN

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