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Law for the expert witness [electronic resource] / Daniel A. Bronstein.

By: Bronstein, Daniel A.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2012Edition: 4th ed.Description: xvii, 234 p. : ill., port.ISBN: 9781439851579 (ebook : PDF).Subject(s): Evidence, Expert -- United States | Forensic scientists -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etcGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: No titleOnline resources: Distributed by publisher. Purchase or institutional license may be required for access. Also available in print edition.
Contents:
ch. 1. Filing suit, or legal paperwork -- ch. 2. Discovery in general -- ch. 3. Depositions -- ch. 4. Other discovery techniques -- ch. 5. Failure to cooperate in discovery -- ch. 6. Pretrial conferences -- ch. 7. Fundamental concepts -- ch. 8. Who is an expert and when one can testify -- ch. 9. The form of questions to an expert -- ch. 10. Tests, experiments, and the chain of custody -- ch. 11. Common knowledge and routine practice -- ch. 12. Real evidence -- ch. 13. Exhibits and demonstrations -- ch. 14. The rule against hearsay -- ch. 15. Hearsay exceptions I : introduction -- ch. 16. Hearsay exceptions II : writings and records -- ch. 17. Hearsay exceptions III : printed matter -- ch. 18. Hearsay exceptions IV : miscellaneous -- ch. 19. Best evidence rule -- ch. 20. A "real" case -- ch. 21. Presenting direct testimony -- ch. 22. Withstanding cross-examination.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

ch. 1. Filing suit, or legal paperwork -- ch. 2. Discovery in general -- ch. 3. Depositions -- ch. 4. Other discovery techniques -- ch. 5. Failure to cooperate in discovery -- ch. 6. Pretrial conferences -- ch. 7. Fundamental concepts -- ch. 8. Who is an expert and when one can testify -- ch. 9. The form of questions to an expert -- ch. 10. Tests, experiments, and the chain of custody -- ch. 11. Common knowledge and routine practice -- ch. 12. Real evidence -- ch. 13. Exhibits and demonstrations -- ch. 14. The rule against hearsay -- ch. 15. Hearsay exceptions I : introduction -- ch. 16. Hearsay exceptions II : writings and records -- ch. 17. Hearsay exceptions III : printed matter -- ch. 18. Hearsay exceptions IV : miscellaneous -- ch. 19. Best evidence rule -- ch. 20. A "real" case -- ch. 21. Presenting direct testimony -- ch. 22. Withstanding cross-examination.

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