(1) The court may give leave to a party to recall a witness to give evidence about a matter raised by evidence presented by another party, and on which the witness was not cross-examined, if the evidence has been admitted and—
(a) it contradicts evidence about the matter given by the witness in examination-in-chief; or
(b) the witness could have given evidence about the matter in examination-in-chief.
(2) A reference in this section to a matter raised
by evidence presented by another party includes a reference to an inference
drawn from, or that the party intends to draw from, the evidence.