This might be one of the more achingly stupid and infuriating conversations I've ever seen on Fox -- and that's saying a lot.
Megyn Kelly, who's the "smart" one on Fox (she graduated from third-tier Albany Law School and then worked as a credit lawyer for Experian) either doesn't understand, or refuses to acknowledge, the entire point of the adversarial legal process.
Which is: to establish the credibility of witnesses and the validity of physical evidence.
You can only do that in a trial, Megyn dear, you fucking shameless sellout. Even the graduate of a third-tier school should know that much. Or were you so focused on selling out to Big Law that you didn't pay attention to things like trial law?