4 edition of Compelled to Witness found in the catalog.
Compelled to Witness
October 3, 2003
by Phaidon Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||240|
A simple summary is that it isn’t easy for Congress to compel executive branch testimony. Congress can subpoena witnesses. Yet if the witness refuses to testify, and the House votes that he’s. People, , , it was expressly held that a physician, who had been subpoenaed as an expert witness only, could be compelled to give expert testimony in answer to a hypothetical question calling for his opinion, and that he cannot refuse to answer upon the ground that no compensation greater than that allowed to ordinary witnesses has been paid to him, and that .
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This extension is subject to the qualification provided in the next paragraph, which authorizes the court to condition enforcement of a subpoena compelling a non-party witness to bear. The trial is in progress and the Rule has been invoked. The state's star witness, Earnest, sits down on a bench next to defense witness, Slick, outside the courtroom waiting for their turns to testify.
Neither realizes the other is also a witness. Earnest notices that Slick has the same sunset tattoo as he does and decides to ask him where he. Any person is a competent witness and is capable of giving evidence but this is subject to two exceptions which are set out in the guidance below.
All competent witnesses may be compelled by the Court to testify. However, there is an exception relating to the Defendant and his or her spouse or civil partner.
witness, whose attendance cannot be compelled according to law, or cannot be secured for any other sufficient reason in the circumstances specified in Order XXVI of the Civil Procedure Code. Service of processes—The general procedure for issue of processes to witnesses is the same as that in respect of defendants.
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The story involves a police captain named John Book. He obtains a child witness for the homicide of a police officer, but then discovers that other officers were involved in the crime.Connecticut Rules Regarding Expert Witness Depositions and Interrogatories Under Section (c)(1) of the Connecticut Practice Book, experts that a party expects to call a trial may be subject to deposition.
The Connecticut rules do not impose a specific time limit on such depositions, but Section (e) provides that the court may increase or decrease the .