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Our February issue is available here
- Feb 1, 2024
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For many years now forensic science has formed an essential part of any case moving through the court system which involves the interaction of humans with each other, in this issue we feature an Introduction to Computer Vision and the Role it Plays in Forensic Investigations by Hawkins. We also cover Technological Advancements in Media and the Limitations of Human Intelligence and an overview of is included with Crypto Fraud: What Have We Learnt in 2023? by Louise Abbott.
Building and engineering forensics are covered in the Genoa Bridge Collapse: How and Why? by Sheena Sood and Natasha Anwar. How to spot and svoid property fraud by Anderson Wilde
General articles include the Expert Witness Market: Changing Times, by Mark Burton, Partner, London, Joe McManus, Partner, London and Fiona Hamilton-Wood, Corporate Affairs Lawyer. Also Comprehensive and Timely Expert Witness Reports by Bindweep Kaur, MEWA and Expert Report Writing Part One: General Principles by Hugh Johnson and senior paralegal Dulcie
Osborne. All explore how to be a better expert and offer what defendants look for when selecting and instructing experts. The Contrasting Roles of an Expert Witness and “Hired Gun” Litigators by George Doughty Consultant & Accredited Practising Expert Witness
The Supreme Court has handed down its long-awaited judgment in Griffiths v TUI  Peter Hale Barrister at 12 King’s Bench Walk considers the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the decision of the majority of the Court of Appeal.
The Post Office scandal is topical, it has many areas of interest to the expert including, Post Office Inquiry Reveals 'Expert' Prepared a Report to Conceal Flawed IT System. Also Avoiding Future PO Horizon-like Miscarriages of Justice - the Expert Way, an excellent article by Dr Stephen Castell.
Our next issue will be published in April 2024, if you have a submission or article email us.