Gatekeeping Information on 948 new expert witnesses

1 Aaron  Woolfson Telecommunications Order a Complete profile for this expert witness 2 Aaron J. Jones P.E. Materials/Met. Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Fire Investigation Order a Complete profile for this expert witness 3 Abraham  Kelly Chemistry , Env. Science/Tech. Order a Complete profile for this expert witness 4 Adm. David P. Sargent Jr. Admiralty/Maritime;Adm./Maritime Order a […]

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Find Credibility Determining Information on 694 new experts

You can now find credibility determining information on the following 694 experts and many more. To find more information on any expert witness of your choice, visit: http://expertwitnessguru.com/services/expert-witness-profile/ Name of Expert Discipline 1 Christopher  Kauderer B.S.M.E., A.C.T.A.R. Accident Recon./Invest. Click to Order Expert Witness Profile 2 Richard C. Hodson Accident Recon./Invest. Click to Order Expert Witness […]

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Is Your Science Right? PBS/Frontline Questions Common CSI Techniques used by Forensic Experts

PBS/Frontline Questions Common CSI Techniques used by Forensic Experts $660, a 90-minute instruction video and 100 multiple-choice questions – that is all it took Leah Bartos to become a certified “Forensic Consultant” by the American College of Forensic Examiners International (ACFEI). ACFEI calls itself the world’s largest professional association for forensic examiners. (See http://www.acfei.com/?pid=7369) and provides […]

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Designation without Retention: What Can Experts Do?

DESIGNATION WITHOUT RETENTION The practice of retaining an army of experts to ensure that the opposing party does not get the best in the business has been prevalent for a long time. Clients do it while retaining attorneys and attorneys do it while retaining experts. There is nothing wrong in this practice as long as […]

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FRONTLINE investigates the flaws in some of the best-known tools of forensic science

Watch the video here Watch The Real CSI on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE.

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U.S. District Court upholds admissibility of latent fingerprint examination under Daubert

The Fourth Circuit, in United States v. Crisp, 324 F.3d 261 (2003) had upheld the admission of fingerprint evidence, stating that such evidence has been held reliable and admissible in this country since 1911. However, on Wednesday, January 25, 2011, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan was called upon to […]

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