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    Default Can You Say 'No' When Asked to Tell the Truth in Court?

    If you think about it, the Rules of Civil Procedure and tactics by opposing counsel prevent you from telling the whole truth.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tailfins View Post
    If you think about it, the Rules of Civil Procedure and tactics by opposing counsel prevent you from telling the whole truth.


    I agree with your comment. Truth is often omitted due to lack of context based on purposefully loaded questions that restrict responses.

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