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By: Noah Swirsky
The books below are recent additions to the Legal Resources Library.
The Art and Science of Expert Witness Testimony
“The Art and Science of Expert Witness Testimony highlights and offers bridges for the areas where the needs and expectations of the courtroom collide with experts’ communication habits developed over years of academic and professional training.”
Qualifying and Challenging Expert Evidence
Eric V. Gottardi, Jennifer A. MacLellan, Michael Lacy, Robin Flumerfelt.
“An essential guide for legal practitioners and expert witnesses participating in a criminal trial. Applicable to Crown, defence counsel, and the judiciary, this handbook uses clear and concise language to address all aspects of expert witness testimony from start to finish.”
Gerald Chan, Susan Magotiaux.
“By addressing both current and emerging challenges in the field, Digital Evidence, 2nd Edition provides a clear, comprehensive, and up-to-date examination of digital evidence in the context of criminal law.”
The Practical Guide to Evidence and Proof in Criminal Cases
Roger E. Salhany, Edward W. Claxton.
“The Practical Guide to Evidence and Proof in Criminal Cases 9th edition offers a clear and concise explanation of the different types of evidence admissible in criminal cases, the rules excluding certain categories of evidence, and the exceptions to those rules.”
These items can be found at the Saskatoon or Regina locations. Lawyers may borrow, and transfers can be made to different locations upon request.