Éloge d'un cross-examination

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Gianrico Carofiglio et al., « Éloge d'un cross-examination », Les Cahiers de la Justice, ID : 10670/1.sx0go3


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Dans cet article, l'auteur démontre sa préférence pour la pratique du cross-examination (interrogatoire croisé des témoins par la défense et le procureur) d'origine anglo-saxonne mais qui se pratique aussi en Italie. La progression contradictoire des arguments qui s'affrontent dans le prétoire lui paraît la méthode la plus fiable pour parvenir à la preuve - sinon à la vérité - la plus convaincante.

In this article, the author reveals his preference for cross examination (in which the witnesses are examined by counsel for the defence and the prosecution), which was first developed in the English-speaking countries, but which is now also practised in Italy. He believes that the adversarial approach, in which the arguments of the prosecution and defence are set against each other at the trial, is the most reliable way to establish the most convincing evidence, and even the truth.

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