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Expert Witnessing and Scientific Testimony: A Guidebook, 2nd Edition.


Expert Witnessing and Scientific Testimony: A Guidebook, 2nd Edition

Kenneth S. Cohen

CRC Press


281 pages




Cohen draws on his own long experience as a paid expert witness, mostly in cases involving asbestos, though the elements he describes transcend the matter of the case. For this second edition, he updates the material and explores forensic evidence and scientific theory in light of the increasing use of the Daubert/Kelly-Frye challenges that face expert witnesses on many occasions. His topics include rules of evidence and code of procedure, speaking the language of lawyers, skeletons in your closet, professional liability, and being a medical expert witness. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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