Volume 17, Issue 4 (October 1972)
A New Look at Qualifying Expert Witnesses and the Doctrine of Privilege for Forensic Scientists
The expert witness looks at the court system from a somewhat different point of view than judges and attorneys. He sees only a small segment of the whole so that the section in which forensic science fits takes on special importance to him. In many respects this area of the law is relatively new and contains problems which have not been fully recognized or considered by the courts.