Demosthenes Lorandos & Judge Stephanie Domitrovich
The state of expert evidence law is deplorable. Given that few jurists and lawyers can properly evaluate science, and the prevalence of advocate and expert misconduct (intentional and not), the consequences of junk science in courtrooms across the English-speaking world are extreme.
This chapter educates lawyers, judges and experts on the full range of subjects required to properly introduce, challenge, evaluate and admit or deny expert evidence, including specifically, proper gatekeeping methods for judges and effective direct and cross-examination techniques for litigators. Particular topics include:
Providing a thorough review of the literature, comprehensive coverage of the elements necessary to admit (or deny) introduction of expert evidence and detailed guidance on how to conduct direct and cross examinations, Admissibility, Direct & Cross is a must for litigators, judges and experts.
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