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Law for the expert witness
230 pages. Updated by new edition.
Bronstein's book will be of great assistance to counsel in ensuring that the expert witness they call in to assist with their case will be a valuable asset. The most brilliant mind will likely be a novice in the courtroom setting. This book provides a basic understanding of the steps in the litigation process and what to expect in the courtroom or deposition. The author’s explanation of the rules of procedure and evidence will ensure the expert understands the rules of court. Additionally, it provides guidance on how to effectively present his expertise in the courtroom