Forensic Engineering Investigation

Forensic Engineering Investigation provides analyses and methods for determining how something was damaged and when the damage may have legal consequences. It covers 21 of the more common types of failures, catastrophic events, and losses that a forensic engineer may be called upon to assess. Each chapter is self-contained, highly specific, and succinct. R. K. Noon ISBN 0-8493-0911-5

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Effective expert witnessing

Expert witnesses have traditionally faced enormous challenges in the courtroom. The Daubert decision and the more recent Kumho ruling have further intensified the scrutiny on professionals in all disciplines expressing their expert opinions. Effective Expert Witnessing, Fourth Edition broadens the scope of previous editions by featuring case studies and examples from a wide range of disciplines including psychology, medicine, forensics, toxicology, engineering, and environmental science. It presents legal survival strategies needed by expert witnesses in all fields by addressing the impact of the recent rulings regarding expert testimony. The fundamentals of the litigation process are thoroughly presented, with chapters on the pre-trial process, trial preparation, and the courtroom drama. J. V. Matson; R. K. Noon ISBN 1-56670-340-9

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