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A trial judge may examine the witness or call his own witnesses. The trial judge may use leading questions but the examination must be fair and not intimidating. Both parties have the right to cross-examine the witness and either party may object immediately to the judge's examination of the witness or object at the next opportunity when the jury is not present.

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