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Software on the Witness Stand: What Should It Take for Us to Trust It?
We discuss the growing trend of electronic evidence, created automatically by autonomously running software, being used in both civil and criminal court cases. We discuss trustworthiness requirements that we believe should be applied to such software and platforms it runs on. We show that courts tend to regard computer-generated materials as inherently trustworthy evidence, ignoring many software and platform trustworthiness problems well known to computer security researchers. We outline the technical challenges in making evidence-generating software trustworthy and the role Trusted Computing can play in addressing them.
2017-07-18 | 共21页
The Top 14 Testimony Tips for Litigators and Expert Witnesses
Litigators and their witnesses are confronted with difficult situations during testimony, and it’s nice to have reliable ways out of those sticky situations.  Expert witnesses are engaged to provide their expert insight and opinions supporting their client’s case during testimony and are there to tell the truth to the best of their knowledge when questioned at trial or deposition. 
2017-07-18 | 共9页
The Expert Witness
This paper has been prepared to accompany a presentation being given on the same topic by M. David Lepofsky, Constitutional Law and Policy Division, Ministry of the Attorney General, to the Canadian Bar Association Ontario, Young Lawyers’ Division, at its November 2, 1991 seminar entitled, “Basic Evidence for Litigators”. This paper was prepared independently from Mr. Lepofsky’s presentation and in no way purports to reflect the views of either Mr. Lepofsky or the Ministry of the Attorney General.
2017-07-18 | 共18页
The role of the expert witness
An increasing number of medico-legal complaints against doctors in South Africa heightens the need for guidelines, standards, training and accreditation of expert witnesses.
2017-07-18 | 共4页
Policy Statement—Expert Witness Participation in Civil and Criminal Proceedings
The interests of the public and both the medical and legal professions are best served when scientifically sound and unbiased expert witness testimony is readily available in civil and criminal proceedings. As members of the medical community, patient advocates, and private citizens, pediatricians have ethical and professional obligations to assist in the administration of justice. The American Academy of Pediatrics believes that the adoption of the recommendations outlined in this statement will improve the quality of medical expert witness testimony in legal proceedings and, thereby, increase the probability of achieving outcomes that are fair, honest, and equitable. Strategies for enforcing guidance and promoting oversight of expert witnesses are proposed
2017-07-18 | 共13页

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