- Randy Frances Kandel
Published Online: 21 APR 2009
Copyright © 1992 the American Anthropological Association
Double Vision: Anthropologists at Law
How to Cite
Kandel, R. F. (ed) (1992) Part Introduction, in Double Vision: Anthropologists at Law, Blackwell Publishing Ltd., Oxford, UK. doi: 10.1002/9781444306996.part3
- Published Online: 21 APR 2009
- Published Print: 14 APR 1992
Print ISBN: 9780913167502
Online ISBN: 9781444306996
This part contains sections titled:
Ethical Approaches: To Advocate or Educate?
Who (or What) is an Expert?
How Does an Anthropologist Become Qualified as an Expert in a Particular Case?
Why Expert Witness Rather than Eyewitness?
What Kind of Testimony Should an Anthropological Expert Give?
What About Confidentiality Issues?
Why Doesn't Anthropologist's Assurance of Confidentiality Protect an Informant?
Must an Anthropologist Tell Everything? The Scope of Discovery
Discovery and the Nontesttiflying Expert: What is “Work Product”?
Discovery Rules in Criminal Cases
What about Confidential Data? The Role of Protective Orders
Surviving the Witness Stand