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In a criminal trial, when do witnesses take the stand to testify? during sentencing during jury selection during jury deliberation during evidence presentation


During evidence presentation

  • Q: What is a criminal trial? A: A criminal trial is a legal proceeding in which a person who is accused of a crime is tried in a court of law.
  • Q: What is the purpose of witness testimony? A: The purpose of witness testimony is to provide evidence to the court and help the jury or judge make a decision in the case.
  • Q: When do witnesses take the stand to testify? A: Witnesses take the stand to testify during evidence presentation.