A Guide to Deposition and Trial for Police Officers and Private Sector Reconstructionists
A Guide to Deposition and Trial
for Police Officers and Private Sector Reconstructionists
by Jack and Jay Murray
This book is much more than just a checklist of what to do or not to do when giving testimony. It provides valuable, practical information you may use if called upon to give a deposition or appear in court.
Although specifically geared toward the officer or reconstructionist, A Guide to Deposition and Trial for Police Officers and Private Sector Reconstructionists is an excellent review of the standards expected by anyone involved in litigation of any type. Not only will you find detailed information on what to wear and how to act, but you will also learn how to answer questions in a credible manner when giving testimony. The authors also give you an overview of the legal process and explain what qualifications are needed to be an expert witness.
The authors present all this information to you in the following chapters:
- The Litigation Process
- General Tips on Testifying
- Qualifying an Accident Investigator or Reconstructionist
About the authors:
Jack Murray holds an MBA from the University of Connecticut. He received formal training in crash reconstruction and has been called to give expert testimony in numerous cases. He is listed inWho’s Who in the World and Who’s Who in American Law and is a certified instructor by both the Texas Board of Private Investigators and the Texas Insurance Board.
Jay Murray received his J.D. from Texas Wesleyan University, where he received the Order of the Barrister and was named inWho’s Who in American Law Schools. He is a member of the Board of Associates of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and the Association of Trial Lawyers in America.
Specifications: 49 pages; 8½”x11”; coil bound; Publisher: IPTM (1999)