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Information to be sought from an expert

Stewart Bayles, prosecution, expert witness, challenge expert evidence, access to information, expertise.

Having access to the information and material relied on by an expert is necessary to meaningfully scrutinise their report. In this video, Judge Bayles discusses the categories of information which must be available for proper examination for expert evidence.

In your jurisdiction, are there any guidelines for experts or court decisions on the information and material that must be provided along with different types of forensic reports? Share in the comments section below.

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Decoding Forensics for Legal Professionals

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