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More than one issue in a question reveals sloppy thinking by the questioner. Worse than that, when confronted with such a question, the witness may not be able to answer. In some cases, the witness may answer but the court is left in doubt as to which part of the question was being answered. A very cool-headed witness may even ask which part of the question to answer. So take care to keep your questions as simple and precise as possible. Practise until it becomes second nature. Generally speaking, the shorter the question the better.
Stopping and starting a witness  One of the great skills of a good advocate is the ability to stop and start a witness with politeness. You can observe this skill being used in every court where a witness is giving evidence. There is a variety of reasons for stopping a witness. One of them is to avoid inadmissible evidence. Don’t tell us what was said, but did you then speak to Mr Black? Another is to stop the witness so more detail can be given: Can I stop you there for a moment, please?
Here is an example. You said that on the morning the police came that you couldn’t remember what you’d done with the heroin? — At ﬁrst I couldn’t, no. Right. And you said that Ian was handcuffed to the stair, do you remember that? — That was later on in the morning, yes. Okay. Did you see a video . 20  All advocates make a comment at some time or another. You should always endeavour to make only intended comments. When a witness, such as an expert, gives a careful and considered answer, an advocate will sometimes say, “Thank you”.