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Annual Survey Of Virginia Law: Evidence, Charles E. Friend Jan 1989

Annual Survey Of Virginia Law: Evidence, Charles E. Friend

University of Richmond Law Review

The past year has brought a number of cases which have supplemented and clarified existing Virginia law. The Court of Appeals of Virginia has produced many of these decisions in the exercise of its initial appellate jurisdiction, but the docket of the Supreme Court of Virginia has also generated some important holdings in the evidence area.


Improving Expert Testimony, Jack B. Weinstein Jan 1986

Improving Expert Testimony, Jack B. Weinstein

University of Richmond Law Review

Our real world outside the ivory towers of academia and the courts grows more and more complex. The law's use of expert witnesses has expanded at a pace reflective of society's reliance on specialized knowledge. Hardly a case of importance is tried today in the federal courts without the involvement of a number of expert witnesses.