Try to imagine defense counsel’s dilemma as a plaintiff’s expert, answering jurors’ questions, takes over the trial.

The witness, free of the constraints of direct examination, proceeds to expound, lecture and even stride the courtroom floor — sometimes straying from his area of expertise. It’s music to the jurors’ ears, because he’s answering their questions and speaking their language.

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