Forensic Audiology: A Guide for the Expert Witness - First Edition

Robert M. Traynor, Krista B. Traynor
SKU: P914
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Robert M. Traynor, Krista B. Traynor

Details: 354 pages, B&W, Softcover, 6" x 9"

ISBN13: 978-1-63550-411-8

Publication Date: 01/05/2024

Forensic Audiology: A Guide for the Expert Witness is a unique book written for audiologists who are interested in broadening their practice to include acting as an expert witness in legal cases. While audiologists may feel that their training, experience, and specialization prepares them to become an expert witness, it is critical to have an understanding of the special processes, customs, etiquette, and tactics involved in the legal profession, and how to develop a forensic audiology practice.

The authors draw on their many years of experience and begin with an overview of the legal systems and the U.S. court system. The book also includes:

  • the rules of expert testimony
  • the structure of criminal and civil cases
  • the phases of discovery, deposition, and trial
  • the roles, responsibilities, and ethics involved in forensic audiology