Cross-Examination Part VIII

a. Rule Number 3: Breaking cross down into a series of logical

progressions towards a specific goal

b. From the very general to the very specific goal

c. General questions “lock in” and make getting desired response to

specific questions easier

d. Starting from the general question one fact at a time makes th specific answer unavoidable

e. The general to the specific creates intrigue

f. The “Yes” answer is the most understood response

g. Don’t settle for anything less than a “yes” where “yes” is the actual answer

h. These three rules are the building blocks for more advanced techniques

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