Defense attorneys face Unfavorable Witness Testimony on a continued basis. If a witness' statement is hearsay or is irrelevant and excessively prejudicial, the court may suppress the testimony. However, the mere fact that a witness can produce damning testimony is not grounds for exclusion. Since the credibility of witnesses is exclusively a matter for the trier of fact, Defense attorneys must discredit the opposing witnesses during a trial. An attorney can discredit a witness in several ways.

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