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Expert Psychiatric Evidence Hardcover – 31 Jul 2019
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I wish I had a book like this to help me during my initial stages of forensic training. I am sure most of the forensic trainees would treasure a book like this. I would certainly recommend that this book be read by anyone who wishes to do some court work - It answers most of the questions that I have had during my training so far and for which I have looked far and wide for answers." Dr. Sajid Muzaffar, Specialty Registrar in Forensic Psychiatry. --Dr. Sajid Muzaffar, Specialty Registrar in Forensic Psychiatry
This is an excellent read and of value both to those starting out and those already with some experience as an expert. --Dr. Mike Ventress, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist
This is an admirable manual for psychiatrists, indeed for all medical practitioners who choose, or (as often happens) are obliged, to do forensic work and for the lawyers who enlist them - In short, I consider this a masterwork and wish that a guide of this depth and quality was available for all expert disciplines. I recommend it very highly --James Badenoch, QC - Chairman, The Expert Witness Institute
A guide to what psychiatrists need to know in order to prepare medico-legal reports and become an expert witness. It covers the roles and responsibilities of the psychiatric expert witness in the context of case and statute law, administration, training and other practical matters, the medico-legal consultation and the structure and form of the expert report.See all Product description
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