Expert Witness Can Make, Break Case

When you go to court and need a witness with specialized knowledge, the process of figuring out who fits the complex legal definition of an expert might leave you wondering, ‘Who am I gonna call?’

Knowing what qualifications to look for is key to finding a qualified “industry expert” whose evidence the courts will accept.

Looking at the legal history of such testimony, one can see that this is no easy task, for what constitutes an expert is an area where the standards have been evolving and are anything but clear-cut.

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