It can be reasonably inferred from the passage that which one of the following, if it were effectively implemented, w...

jing jing on April 11, 2020

Why is D wrong?

Hi Why is D wrong in this case? Why is the correct answer E? Thanks

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Skylar on April 13, 2020

@jingjingxiao11111@gmail.com, happy to help!

(D) is incorrect because extensive interviewing of witnesses by lawyers on both sides of a case before witnesses appear in court would likely provide opportunity for more leading questions to be introduced.

(E) is correct because it would allow the court to review any instance of leading questions that occurred before the courtroom. The passage discusses the prevalence of such earlier questioning in lines 9-17.

Does that make sense? Please let us know if you have any other questions!

on February 16, 2021

Why is A incorrect here? I struggled between choosing between A and E, but landed on A?

Emil on March 21 at 12:07AM

There is nothing in the passage about needing more time. The issue is that a question can insert details in a memory that were not there. We are never told that time pressure on asking questions is a factor.