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The Art And Science Of Investigative Questions: Part 2

Law360 (March 5, 2018, 7:40 PM EST) -- When lawyers question sources and witnesses, they need to target their questions to a portion of the recipient’s brain; and they need to know what portion of that person’s brain is answering each question. For purposes of asking questions, we can divide the brain into two parts: the red brain and the blue brain. Sometimes you’ll want the source’s red brain to answer, and other times you’ll want the source's blue brain to answer. Before we distinguish red from blue brains, it’s helpful to understand a...
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