By Kenneth S. Cohen
Based at the author’s greater than 35 years of expertise as a winning professional witness, this revised and accelerated variation of Expert Witnessing and medical Testimony: A Guidebook demonstrates the right way to adequately current clinical, felony, and forensic testimony and live on the onslaught of cross-examination in court docket. It provides fabric in a step by step structure for scientists or company pros who locate themselves thrown into the location of attesting in a criminal action.
New positive aspects within the moment Edition:
- Features new chapters on fraud and clinical malpractice testimony
- Updates and expands the unique chapters
The booklet addresses the court docket event via illustrating real situations and studies in technique, method, cross-examination, and the publicity of private historical past. It stresses that the first position of a professional witness is to explain and simplify advanced technical, medical, legal, or forensic matters. Examples of specialists with years of expertise as witnesses spotlight what to do and what to not do in delivering caliber testimony.
Expert Witnessing and clinical Testimony: A Guidebook, moment Edition
is a wonderful reduction for getting ready to provide professional testimony. Its real-life examples and functional feedback to prevent universal pitfalls ease your route to attesting within the court. it's a worthy source in keeping off the stresses that accompany a high-pressure and high-value felony situation.
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Expert Witnessing and Scientific Testimony: A Guidebook, Second Edition by Kenneth S. Cohen