Rule 614. Calling And Interrogation Of Witnesses By Court.

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(a) Calling by Court. The court, at the suggestion of a party or on its own motion, may call witnesses, and all parties are entitled to cross-examine witnesses thus called.
(b) Interrogation by Court. The court may interrogate witnesses, whether called by itself or by a party.
(c) Objections. Objections to the calling of witnesses by court or to interrogation by it may be made at the time or at the next available opportunity when the jury is not present.

Associated Court Rules: 
Arkansas Rules of Evidence
Group Title: 
Article VI. Witnesses