Evaluating Scientific and Forensic EvidenceAmerican Journal of Trial Advocacy
AbstractProfessor Underwood offers a critique of the present state of scientific and forensic evidence. In the context of discussing four challenges to the field, the author arms the practitioner with strategies and tactics for making effective use of scientific and forensic testimony.
Citation InformationRichard H. Underwood, Evaluating Scientific and Forensic Evidence, 24 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 149 (2000).