The world wide web: A cross-examiner's new toolbox
In most court cases, the credibility of the litigant is important. This cannot be more true than in Family law where the issues are so personal and the stakes so high. It is extremely common in divorce cases to hear allegations of drug use, alcoholism, adultery, new partners, cash income, hidden assets and plenty more. Judges and lawyers have always confronted these allegations with skepticism, backed by a demand for evidence to support these claims. The absence of evidence typically diminishes or negates such allegations. These types of behaviours are generally not public, nor provable.
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