Oh, what a treat of a witness. The lawyer is not interested in what you did and what musical instrument you played as a kid. All questions are related to the reason you were called to witness in the first place.
And just out of curiosity, which school was that? We are thinking of sending our kid.
Four Times Too Many
Attempted, your honor, attempted. Slightly different phrases we must add. Maybe this lawyer has to refresh his memory to better understand the results of things that happen and things that almost happen.
We find it hard to believe the witness would have been sitting there telling the story of any following attempt should his first one prove successful.
Yes He Was
So let us get the facts right. This guy was somewhere, he was doing whatever and then he went home and died. Now, correct us if we're wrong, but usually, people who died tend to stay dead. And if they don't, they mostly get a career in starting new religions. Either that or they start a zombie apocalypse.
So since no one has heard of this resurrected guy, this sounds like a question that the lawyer didn't need the witness to answer this question.
This is for all the lawyers out there. God didn't create the human species in a form of lawyers, and then created the rest of humankind in another manner.
All people, with no difference in gender, color, or faith, have their heads screwed onto their necks.
Never Seen Before
So, this guy has never seen the thing, it was never by his side at any point in time. He doesn't recall ever witnessing it and never glimpse at it. What part didn't the attorney understand?
Are these people sure they have brought the right witness in? In our eyes, they are going to find it very difficult to prove anything if they carry on like this.