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Beth A Mohr (The McHard Firm - Offices in Albuquerque & San Diego - Practicing Nationwide)
Beth A. Mohr, CFE, FSA, CFCS, CAMS, CCCI, MPA, PI, is a Police Practices expert with over 30 years of sworn and non-sworn investigative experience. Ms. Mohr has testified as an expert in numerous state and federal court proceedings, depositions, and... Learn More ›

MARLON MARRACHE (BLU Consulting INC)
I'm an active law enforcement administrator, with experience in "best procedural practices" in Internal Affairs investigations, Use of Force Investigations with an emphasis on Officer-Involved Shootings. My mission is to provide full examination and analysis... Learn More ›

Stephen Patrick (Eagle Security Group)
Stephen Patrick’s career in federal law enforcement spanned over 28 years. As an Industry Operations Investigator and Special Agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF), he specialized in violent crime involving the criminal misuse... Learn More ›

Paul LaRosa (Eagle Security Group)
Paul LaRosa’s career with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) spanned 28 years and included extensive crime scene, tactical, investigative, threat assessment, criminal investigative analysis (colloquially known as criminal profiling), and... Learn More ›

Amy E. Du Beau (Matanuska Forensic Science)
Dr A. E. Du Beau, PhD, MS, BS, is a neuroscientist with special expertise in forensics. Neuroscience investigates all aspects of the brain’s functionality, inclusive of neurochemical and anatomical processes that underlie behavior, perception, cognition,... Learn More ›
Ayesha Ashai, MD (Forensic Psychiatric Associates, L.P.)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Dr. Ashai has performed numerous civil and criminal forensic psychiatric evaluations and has been qualified as an expert in the field of psychiatry in the Sacramento Superior Court. She has extensive training...
ForensisGroup, Inc. (The Expert of Experts)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: For over 30 years, ForensisGroup has provided the nation’s top law firms, businesses, insurance companies, government entities with highly qualified expert witnesses and consultants. Experts referred by...
Consolidated Consultants
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Consolidated Consultants (CCc) continues to deliver high quality expert witness and medical expert witness referrals nationwide since 1995. CCc is the only referral service where you can view the full,...
Criminology FAQs

What is a criminology expert witness?

A criminology expert witness is a person who has specialized knowledge in the study of crime and criminals. They are often called upon to testify in court cases where their expertise can help to shed light on the events in question.

What is the role of a criminology expert witness?

A criminology expert witness provides expert opinions, analysis, and testimony related to the scientific study of crime and criminal behavior in legal cases.

How much can a person make as a criminology expert witness?

Criminology expert witnesses can earn compensation somewhere between $200 and $400 per hour, or greater in certain cases. The expert and retaining attorney will negotiate the exact fee.

What are the qualifications of a criminology expert witness?

A criminology expert witness has expertise in the scientific study of crime and criminal behavior.

In a lawsuit, how is evidence gathered by a criminology expert witness?

A criminology expert witness gathers evidence through various methods such as analyzing crime scenes, reviewing police reports, interviewing witnesses, and conducting research to provide their professional opinion in court.

What type of cases might require opinions from a criminology expert witness?

Criminology expert witnesses may be needed in cases involving criminal behavior, profiling, forensic evidence, crime scene analysis, and the psychology of offenders, among other areas related to the study of crime.