l p, I don't know how the following will help in a legal case because there are no specific questions that JCs are required to ask. The questions are not listed in a book.
Questions asked by any JC will differ depending on the men that make up the committee. Some brothers use the JC situation to ask all sorts of bizzare things. Other men are more polite and thoughtful. Following are typical questions asked by elders from my experience on JCs over 13 years.
How did you come to know this person?
When did you notice that this relationship was changing from being an acquaintance to becoming something more serious?
How did you react to this change? How did this make you feel?
How did you stay in contact with this person? How did you continue to meet?
When was the first time that you touched each other inappropriately? What happened? Did you do this [specific thing]? Did he/she do this [specific thing]?
How often would you say that this has happened?
Did you use protection? [If you used protection, you can be judged as more guilty for planning to sin.]
Some elders just have to ask, Did you climax? Did he/she climax? What this adds to the discusssion is beyond me.
Where was Jehovah in your mind while you were doing these thing?
How do you think Jehovah felt about it? How do you feel about this person?
What steps have you taken so that this does not happen again?