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LAW ENFORCEMENT POLICY AND PROCEDURE:
Use of Force; Law Enforcement Policies and Procedures; Juvenile Detention Center Policy, Jail Policies and Procedures. Informant Handing Procedures. Restraint Chair Procedures. Prisoner Transportation Procedures.
LAW ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATION:
Suspect identification; Field Interviews; Police Misconduct; Excessive Use of Force; Pepper Spray Or Taser Misuse; Undercover Operations; Surveillance; Search and Seizure; Arrest and Investigative detention; Police Shooting.
POLICE VEHICLE STOPS:
Wrongful Death and Imprisonment; Felony Motor Vehicle Stops.
MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION ISSUES:
Law Enforcement Background investigation; Hiring; Discipline; Evaluation and Assessment; termination; Failure to Supervise.
Types of cases I will not accept:
Subject matter/litigation issue outside of listed areas of expertise and experience.
If subject matter/specific litigation issue is not listed, will review matter as to capability to consultation.
The role of a Law Enforcement Expert witness:
1) Expert Witness Consultation with Attorney
2) Case Analysis
3) Case Evaluation
4) Expert Witness Report
6) Court Testimony
A party may hire an expert witness to help them evaluate a given case. This kind of expert opinion will be protected from discovery by the opposing party. In other words, if the expert finds evidence against their client, the opposite party will not automatically gain access to it. This privilege is similar to the work-product doctrine (not to be confused with attorney–client privilege).
The non-testifying expert witness can be present at the trial or hearing to aid the attorney in asking questions of other expert witnesses. Unlike a testifying expert, a non-testifying expert can be easily withdrawn from a case. It is also possible to change a non-testifying expert to a testifying expert before the expert disclosure date.
An expert witness who testify in court.