To Kill a Mockingbird

Chapter 17

Why did Atticus teach Scout that laywers should never ask a witness a question they don't know the answer to?

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Atticus knows that a good lawyer must control the information and flow of the trial. To do this, he or she must know everything a witness is going to say. There must be no surprises so the lawyer's plan goes smoothly.