expert witness

NOUN
  1. a witness who has knowledge not normally possessed by the average person concerning the topic that he is to testify about
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How To Use expert witness In A Sentence

  • An expert witness testified that the $2.5 million would be worth more than $8 million today. Times, Sunday Times
  • An expert witness testified that the $2.5 million would be worth more than $8 million today. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the second condition it mainly establishes necessary legal duty and responsibility for the expert witness in judicial practice.
  • Mental health professionals are often called as expert witnesses in court proceedings with children.
  • The Montreal psychologist and sexologist writes 100 reports a year for courts analyzing the psychological tendencies of the accused and appears another three or four times testifying as an expert witness in high-profile cases.
  • I loved the cablecast of the previous meeting in which our brainiac Council grilled the expert witness to verify that there is no possible way to configure PGE Park for both MLS AND other sports. New pitch for Paulson: No new stadium, no summer sports at all (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • These investigators have routinely been allowed to testify at criminal trials as expert witnesses, offering what appeared to be scientific data.
  • A handwriting expert witnessed to the authenticity of the letter.
  • The public prosecutor, the parties, the defenders and agents ad litem, with the permission of the presiding judge, may question the witnesses and expert witnesses.
  • He appeared as an expert witness before several government inquiries.
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