Clinical and Forensic Psychologist - Expert Witness
Dr. Flynn provides evaluations and expert testimony to both plaintiff and defense attorneys in criminal, civil, family, and immigration cases. He also evaluates and testifies regarding the risk of re-offending, the ability to meet the terms of community supervision, and the ability to complete mandated treatment.
Criminal: Sex offenses. Murder & violent crimes
Presentence Mitigation Assessments
Child Witness Reliability
Neglect and Abuse
Internet Sex Crimes
Veterans / Military Justice
Custody & Visitation
Exceptions to US requirements; history and language requirements
Areas of Expertise
Child Abuse & Neglect; Presentence Reports / Risk Assessment; Sexual Crimes; Eyewitness Misidentification; Competency to Proceed thru Trial; Child Witness Memory/Reliability; Child Injury; Neglect and Abuse; Psychosexual Evaluations; Violent Offending; Internet Sex Crimes; Reduced Criminal Responsibility; Emotional Injury; Hostile Workplace; Veterans / Military Justice; Custody & Visitation; Parental Alienation.
All US States Paris and Nice France
Psychologist Expert Sexual Abuse, Child Witness Memory, Mitigation
Forensic Psychologist Sexual Assault, Violent Offending, Child Custody
Forensic Psychologist William E Flynn, PhD Expert Witness Dallas
Mental Illness and Mental Retardation Expert Witness Aggression
Psychologist, Independent Forensic & Clinical Psychology Practice
Dallas, Texas, 1978–Present
Consultant, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, State Council for Offenders
Huntsville, Texas, 1999-2009
Clinical Committee Member, Survivors of Torture
Dallas, Texas, 1996-2002
Clinical Director of Psychology, Metroplex Clinics
Richardson, Texas, 1978-1980
Clinical and Research Psychologist, Bureau of Prisons, Federal Correctional Institute
Seagoville, Texas, 1978-1979
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Director of Graduate Studies in Psychology, Department of Psychology, Southern Methodist University
Dallas, Texas, 1970-1978
Instructor, School of Nursing, University of South Carolina Columbia
South Carolina, 1969-1970
Research Fellow, V.A. Hospital
Columbia, South Carolina, 1968-1970
Alcohol Abuse Counselor/Research Assistant, Georgia Department of Mental Health
Atlanta, Georgia, 1966-1967
Research Associate, Department of Otology, Henry Ford Hospital
Detroit, Michigan, 1963-1965
Licensed Psychologist, Texas license #21400
Legal Experience & Services
43 years experience
American Psychological Association
Licensed Psychologist, Texas license #21400, 1978.
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Internship, Bureau of Prisons, Federal Correctional Institute, Seagoville, Texas, 1979.
PhD, Psychology, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, 1970.
BA, Psychology, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, 1965.