Witness the confusion - trade secrets of a cross examination
Some words are music to the ears of a hardpressed barrister: others perhaps less so. 'You are in the Court of Appeal tomorrow, ' for example, is not good news, conjuring up images of a night spent mastering some knotty matter, where either events, or the Judge, went horribly wrong, and now, at short notice, the responsibility of persuading a demanding tribunal to put the whole thing back on the rails rests on your rather tense shoulders.
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