Edwards' attorney, Dan Small, set off the fireworks when he said certified public accountant Laura East had lied about testifying
as an expert in a federal trial in 1993.
On March 19, 2001, counsel for Trigon requested drafts of the reports from the United States' testifying
experts because they had not been produced with the final reports, even though:
What doctor would take a chance testifying
and having their license revoked?
Less partisan observers say expert witnesses are an integral cog in the American judicial machine, and the vast majority of them, testifying
in prosaic cases that generate no media buzz, are competent.
Here in New York, you have been a leader in testifying
at your state level regarding Indoor Air Quality," McChesney concluded.
4) Officers should refrain from testifying
in their uniforms when possible because juror perceptions have shifted over the years--a suit and tie proves the most influential attire, especially in a jury trial.
At a deposition, say that your opinion may change, prior to testifying
at the trial, pending receipt of additional information, the testimony of others and rulings by the judge.
Some scientists conducting the studies neglected to tell those studied that they would be exposed to radiation, according to experts testifying
about the research.
They command huge fees testifying
on everything from hernia ailments to snowmobile accidents.
Judge Buhl's decision to prohibit Nuovo from testifying
is significant because the pathologist has been consulted as a defense witness in many birth-injury cases across the United States and at least a dozen in Michigan.
Wednesday in Juvenile Court as the defense opened its case, the boys said the 13-year-old didn't put his full strength into the first swing against 15-year-old Jeremy Rourke's knee.
it is upon such subtle factors as the possible interest of the witness in testifying
falsely that a defendant's life or liberty may depend.
Did Bantle, Manning, or others testifying
on behalf of U.
under "Miranda Warning," King stated that he had paid the hotel bill during his attendance at the NCAA basketball playoffs, and had reimbursed the vendor in cash for tickets provided.
And when the victim's trial testimony supports the defendant or minimizes the violence of his actions, the jurors may assume that if there really had been abusive behavior, the victim would not be testifying
in the defendant's favor,'' the ruling said.