Michael Avenatti’s cross-examination tactics in his California criminal trial have fueled courtroom discussions outside the jury about the scope of questioning and defense reciprocal discovery obligations, exemplifying the battles between small details and the big picture that can dominate trials.

At issue were two witnesses who testified about their work with one of Avenatti’s alleged victims and former clients, Geoff Johnson.

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