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After the Supreme Court set out a framework to assess the independence of expert witnesses, litigators have different opinions about whether it’s too difficult to exclude expert evidence on the basis of bias. What do you think?

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 After the Supreme Court set out a framework to assess the independence of expert witnesses, litigators have different opinions about whether it’s too difficult to exclude expert evidence on the basis of bias. What do you think?

Yes, it remains very hard to get this evidence excluded, but this may change as trial court judges pay more attention to the backgrounds of expert witnesses.
Votes: 13
92.9%  
No, it is not hard to get this evidence excluded, as the courts continually refine the role of experts in both criminal and civil litigation.
Votes: 1
7.1%  

Number of Voters   14
Start Voting   2017-02-21 00:00:00
End Voting   2017-03-21 00:00:00

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