I was watching the O.J. Simpson trial for research and it seems that when Mark Furhman testified, he had an attorney, next to him who he would ask how to answer certain questions. Or was that someone else near him? I was wondering cause for my story, it may help for a witness to have a lawyer, object to certain questions. But can that be done legally? The prosecutor does not have motive to object to the questions and I don't think the defense attorney would be allowed to either. But can the witness's own lawyer?