Interviewing witnesses requires the same amount of careful preparation as interviewing clients, if not more so. Make a list of your questions before you begin, focusing on the ones that pertain to the actions of your client and the nature of the case. Try to establish exactly where the witness was and what, if anything, he or she saw your client actually do.
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