Meetings between experts: a route to simpler, fairer trials?
Digital Investigation, 5(3-4) pp. 146–152.
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Expert evidence which is both accurate and forensically sound can be daunting for a lay audience, particularly if opposing experts have points of disagreement. The current position in English law is examined to show the advantages and problems of pre-trial meetings between experts.
||2008 Elsevier Ltd.
||expert evidence; court procedure; digital evidence; English criminal procedure rules; admissibility
||Mathematics, Computing and Technology
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