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A criminal law expert witness is often vital to a criminal or civil case. Expert witnesses describe their role in the investigation and how they can help a lawyer by giving the case details that clear up any confusion.

  • Video Forensics Expert Witness Discusses Security Camera Footage Recovery

    For both criminal and civil cases, camera footage may capture the perpetrator in the act of harming another or engaging in illegal activity. Through recovery of footage, a video forensics expert may discuss how this will prove that the defendant is guilty of either participation or the intentional committing of criminal behavior.

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  • Biomechanical Expert Witnesses Used to Support Prosecution in Criminal Cases

    When the prosecution requires the assistance of an expert witness, one is hired that may provide reliable and relevant testimony for the subject matter. A biomechanical expert witness utilizes scientific methods to determine causation in the crime and may explain to the courtroom how this relates to the actions of the defendant.

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  • Criminology Expert Witness Explains Application of Forensic Sociology in Civil Cases

    Cases that involve the need for forensic sociology usually have various applications, processes and methods derived from the hired criminology expert witness. Understanding these and how they are needed for civil litigation is necessary for a lawyer to research the experts available and pick the proper one for his or her case.

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  • Expert Witness Describes how to Avoid Liar Buyer Fraud

    Anti-fraud technology and procedure has failed to stop liar buyer fraud practices and processes against others, and because of this it is perpetuated through the years. There are methods that could reduce the losses caused by these actions, and expert witnesses are hired to explain both these and how the victims are owed damages to those that have caused economic and financial injury.

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  • Expert Witness in Video Forensics Can Discuss Surveillance Footage Enhancements

    Surveillance footage is necessary in litigation when attempting to prove that one party is not honest or participates in wrongful activity that could or does harm others. An expert in understanding these files or video footage may need to assess the legitimacy of such digital files to ascertain if they are fake, enhanced or altered in some manner.

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  • Expert Witness Testimony Regarding Fingerprint Analysis

    Law enforcement and prosecutors rely on fingerprint analysis to convict criminals when their fingerprints are found at a crime scene. However, it usually takes an expert witness to examine and fully understand if this evidence is enough to lead to a conviction or if it is too weak in regard to the case and the defendant’s circumstances.

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  • How an Alcohol Expert Witness Can Help in DUI Cases

    Drivers that get behind the wheel while intoxicated may run the risk of being pulled over by law enforcement officers. When charged and convicted of these crimes, they have driving under the influence offenses on their record. For many states, the more of these on a person’s record, the worse the penalties become as they progress.

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  • How to Admit Expert Witness Testimony in Criminal Cases

    It is critical that the testimony of an expert witness is within the evidence, statements and other testimony in a criminal case so that the defendant faces a stronger chance of conviction or a not guilty verdict. To provide the defense party with a greater chance of success, the expert witness may give the case the much-needed details that clear up confusion.

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  • Role of Expert Witnesses in Arson Cases

    An expert witness is often vital to a criminal or civil case, and his or her role in the investigation or testing may provide a better understanding of the situation and if the defendant is either liable or committed a crime. The important on expert witness testimony increases or decreases based on the claim or case and who is liable or responsible for the arson.

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  • Understanding NCMEC CyberTipline Reports

    Investigations into child pornography offenses often begin with the receipt of a CyberTipline Report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). Both prosecutors and defense attorneys should be familiar with these reports and the information they can contain.

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