8. The defense counsel is asking you one question right after another without
giving you must time to answer. This tactic is known as:
rapid fire questions.
9. In order to create a long pause in your testimony and to create the feeling
that you should say more than is necessary, the defense counsel will usually:
object to the manner in which you are testifying.
repeat the question.
stare at you waiting for you to continue.
ask you a different question on the same subject.
10. For the defense counsel to imply an answer to a question in an attempt to
confuse you, is a tactic known as:
leading the witness.
badgering the witness.
reversing the witness's words.
demanding a "yes" or "no" answer.