Forensic science in court the role of the expert witness is a practical handbook aimed at forensic science students to help them prepare as an expert witness when presenting their evidence in court written in a clear accessible manner the book guides the student through the legal process and shows them how to handle evidence write reports . A forensic expert witness thus might be a specialist in any of a number of fields of forensic science including forensic anthropology forensic archaeology forensic chemistry forensic dactyloscopy and forensic computer science. In forensic science in court the role of the expert witness wilson wall translates the language of law to provide a practical guide to prepare students to become expert witnesses. Forensic evidence admissibility and expert witnesses national forensic science technology center introduction how or why some scientific evidence or expert witnesses are allowed to be presented in court and some are not can be confusing to the casual observer or a layperson reading about a case in the media. The role of a forensic expert forensic experts can be employed by a variety of entities such as federal state or local laboratories or academic institutions they may be called on to be expert witnesses or hired as consultants to contribute specialized knowledge and advice on scientific or technical issues
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