(1) A witness may be cross-examined about a prior inconsistent statement alleged to have been made by the witness whether or not—
(a) complete particulars of the statement have been given to the witness; or
(b) a document containing a record of the statement has been shown to the witness.
(2) If, in cross-examination, a witness does not admit that he or she has made a prior inconsistent statement, the cross-examiner is not to adduce evidence of the statement otherwise than from the witness unless, in the cross-examination, the cross-examiner—
(a) informed the witness of enough of the circumstances of the making of the statement to enable the witness to identify the statement; and
(b) drew the witness's attention to so much of the statement as is inconsistent with the witness's evidence.
(3) For the purpose of adducing evidence of the statement, a party may re-open the party's case.