What is a bias witness, can a family member or spouse be a witness?
Asked on 7/24/13, 9:03 pm
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Damon Cassens Carpenter and Cassens, P.C.
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There is no such thing.
All witnesses have biases; all people do. Biases/motives are fair game for cross examinaiton.
Yes; they can be witnesses.
7/25/13, 5:55 am
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