Affirmative cross-x questions

Affirmative cross-x questions - 2. Imagine you are a...

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Topicality Are we significant? Inherency Significance Solvency Advantages Disadvantages CX Q's as affirmative 1. If you had the choice between a biased court or a court with a logical connection to your case, which court would you go to? Court with logical connection to case If says: It depends on the case. .. Response: Are you saying in some cases, you would go to a biased court? (answer doesn't matter)
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Imagine you are a defendant in a case being brought to a judicial hellhole, you knew that the jury there was biased against you and you knew you wouldn't win even if you tried. Would that satisfy your constitutional right to a fair trial? No! If says:...
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2008 for the course HIST 602 taught by Professor Prof.dr.ivanbba during the Spring '08 term at Cambridge.

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