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When the prosecutor asks the defendant if a prosecution witness was lying

Jan 06, 2010 When the prosecutor asks the defendant if a prosecution witness was lying

When a prosecutor repeatedly asks a defendant — on cross examintion — if witnesses testifying opposite to the defendant were lying, that is grounds for reversal of a conviction. Parker v. Maryland, ___ Md. App. ___ (Dec. 29, 2009). 

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