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The questioning of a witness by the party who originally called him to testify, following the cross-examination of the witness by the opposite party. Leading questions may not be asked in re-examination. Re-examination must be confined to matters arising out of the cross-examination; new matter may only be introduced with the permission of the judge.

Subjects: Law.

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