Expert witnesses: Tips for selecting and using expert witnesses working with judges and juries It’s Free March 24th Noon – 1:00 pm Sign up here Presented by Dr. Manges, forensic psychologist and expert witness, this webinar will cover why to use an expert witness, how to select an expert witness and how to work with […]
Dr. Manges PhD | Forensic Psychologist | Expert Witness American Sniper: A Trial Focused on Insanity and NGRI Many Americans have already enjoyed the popular Oscar nominated film – American Sniper. The film, based on the autobiography of the “American Sniper,” Chris Kelly, accurately describes the way Kelly’s life tragically ended on February 2nd, 2013. […]
Dr. Manges Ph.D. | Forensic Psychologist | Expert Witness “Arithmetic is where numbers fly like pigeons in and out of your head.” Carl Sandburg, In matters before a civil court versus a military or criminal court, regardless of the venue, whether its New York, Illinois, Texas, Florida or Ohio, Forensic experts are typically asked: “ok, […]
It is important to select your theme and to weave it throughout every aspect of your case which you expect the jury to rely upon in making a decision.
By Dr. Ken Manges Ph.D. | Forensic Psychologist Voir Dire Facts – Part II Upon entering the courtroom on the first day of trial, you should be ready to jump right in to voir dire. You should know all the necessary procedures for the court in which you are presenting your case. You will have […]
Voir dire is a French term meaning “to see to speak” and refers to the process of questioning prospective jurors by a judge and attorneys in court.