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This guide is for use by attorneys when questioning a witness named by opposing counsel as their DV expert. A strategy and deposition questions are provided. Additionally, a non-transferrable limited license is provided to original purchasing attorneys to use the Empirical Capability Assessment Test, Modified For Attorneys (ECAT-MFA), which is a set of questions to be asked in deposition. Responses can be scored by Dr. Nelson who will rank the witness as demonstrating adequate empirical skills, demonstrating some empirical skills or demonstrating a lack of empirical skill. Those with limited or no empirical skills are at high risk for testifying to false and disproven "facts" about DV because they lack the ability to parse well done empirical research from badly done and untrustworthy "science." The responses of DV "experts" with little to no empirical skills may help support a motion to disqualify. Additionally, responses will reveal the extent to which an "expert" testifies to empirical facts or to dogma and belief. A sample report is included. This is a one of a kind resource.
|Publisher:||Barnes & Noble Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)|
About the Author
Eric Nelson has six college degrees including a Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis. He has peer reviewed publications across six disciplines, and is a peer reviewer for 11 scholarly journals. He is an honorably discharged United States Marine Corps counterintelligence Gunnery Sergeant, former police officer specializing in the investigation of domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault. Eric has worked as a forensic analyst, Chancellor's liaison to public safety, and as an adjunct professor. He is the author of "The Judicial War On Men", "Toxic Feminism", "Living & Working With Evil People", and, "Recovering From Toxic Masculinity Training", as well as many peer-reviewed journal articles. See these at Aequalitatem Publishing, https://aeqpub.com.