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In a divorce case, a respondent has cross-examined of witness of the petitioner. After cross-examination taken by respondent, he mentioned to court that the cross-examination of the witness is over and the court typed that cross-examination of the witness is over. Now, the respondent wants more examine the witness (of the petitioner) about new facts.
Question: Can respondent more examine the witness (of the petitioner) about new facts though he mentioned to the court that the cross-examination of the witness is over? If yes then, How?
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