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Forensic Science in Court: The Role of the Expert Witness epub ebook

by Wilson Wall

Forensic Science in Court: The Role of the Expert Witness epub ebook

Author: Wilson Wall
Category: Criminal Law
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (January 11, 2010)
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN: 0470985763
ISBN13: 978-0470985762
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Forensic Science in Court book.

Forensic Science in Court book.

Forensic Science in Court: The Role of the Expert Witness is a practical handbook aimed at the forensic science student, to help them prepare as an expert witness when presenting their evidence in court. The book also offers advice on what to expect when working with lawyers in a courtroom situation.

PDF The impact of forensic science evidence on jurors’ judgments is critically important to the criminal . in reaction to forensic science expert testimony all the more. admitted has been soundly screened by the court.

PDF The impact of forensic science evidence on jurors’ judgments is critically important to the criminal justice system. jurors generally presume that scientific evidence that has been. may be inclined to discount the value of the forensic science.

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Forensic Science in Court: The Role of the Expert Witness is a practical handbook aimed at forensic science students, to help them prepare as an expert witness when presenting their evidence in court.

Описание: Forensic Science in Court: The Role of the Expert Witness is a practical handbook aimed at the forensic science student, to help them prepare as an expert witness when presenting their evidence in court.

In addition to their laboratory role, forensic scientists testify as expert witnesses in both criminal and . Taken together, then, forensic science can be seen as the use of the scientific methods and processes in crime solving.

In addition to their laboratory role, forensic scientists testify as expert witnesses in both criminal and civil cases and can work for either the prosecution or the defense. While any field could technically be forensic, certain sections have developed over time to encompass the majority of forensically related cases. Forensic science is a combination of two different Latin words: forensis and science. The former, forensic, relates to a discussion or examination performed in public.

The terms forensic medicine and forensic pathology imply an interface . 1989) The role of the expert witness in paediatric forensic practice.

The terms forensic medicine and forensic pathology imply an interface between medical practice and the application of the law. The training of the medical man impels him to seek the truth as t. .Authors and Affiliations. eds) Paediatric Forensic Medicine and Pathology. Springer, Boston, MA.

An expert witness, in England, Wales and the United States, is a person whose opinion by virtue of education, training, certification, skills or experience, is accepted by the judge as an expert. The judge may consider the witness's specialized (scientific, technical or other) opinion about evidence or about facts before the court within the expert's area of expertise, referred to as an "expert opinion". Expert witnesses may also deliver "expert evidence" within the area of their expertise.

Forensic Science in Court: The Role of the Expert Witness isa practical handbook aimed at forensic science students, to helpthem prepare as an expert witness when presenting their evidence incourt. Written in a clear, accessible manner, the book guides thestudent through the legal process and shows them how to handleevidence, write reports without ambiguity through to the morepractical aspects of what to do when appearing in court. The bookalso offers advice on what to expect when working with lawyers in acourtroom situation.

An essential text for all students taking forensic sciencecourses who are required to take modules on how to present theirevidence in court. The book is also an invaluable referencefor any scientist requested to give an opinion in a legalcontext.

·        Integrates law and science in an easy to understandformat 

·         Inclusionof case studies throughout 

·         Includesstraightforward statistics essential for the forensic sciencestudent 

·         Aninvaluable, practical textbook for anyone appearing as an expertwitness in court 

·         Unique inits approach aimed at forensic science students in a courtroomenvironment 

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