Leading questions can be used in a court room to evoke a specific response from a witness. Leading questions may be considered a breach of conduct if used in a court case, especially if the witness is on direct examination. Leading questions may be asked in some circumstances if the witness is considered a hostile witness or if the witness is under cross-examination.
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