Expert Witnesses in Child Abuse Cases: What Can and Should Be Said in Court

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This work offers ethical guidance to expert witnesses attempting to show how they can protect themselves and their science from manipulation and misuse by the court system. Lawyers, psychologists and social workers discuss the thornier aspects of testimony and provide recommendations on the proper role of the expert witness. How can psychologists participate in the legal realm while maintaining the integrity of their science? How can expert witnesses avoid the trap of advocating for a client rather than providing neutral ...

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