North Carolina Police & Penal Expert Witnesses
Expert witnesses who are available to consult and testify regarding police and penal issues may be found here. These consultants may advise concerning police procedures, police traffic radar, and polygraph & lie detector testing. Experts found on this page may provide reports involving crime scene analysis, criminology, and the use of deadly & excessive force. They can also testify regarding jails, prisons, and law enforcement, as well as related topics.
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- Alcohol, Drug & DUI Testing
- Correctional Healthcare
- Crime Foreseeability
- Crime Scene Analysis
- Deadly/Excessive Force
- Dental Identification
- Drug Enforcement
- Emergency Communications & 911
- Evidence Analysis & Preservation
- Firearms & Ballistics
- Forensic Anthropology
- Jail Suicide
- Jails & Prisons
- Law Enforcement
- Lie Detector/Polygraph
- Police Procedures
- Police Traffic Radar
- Private Investigators
- Security Management
- Sexual Addiction
- Spousal Abuse
- Tire Impressions
What is a police & penal expert witness?
A police & penal expert witness is a legal professional with specialized knowledge and experience in law enforcement and the criminal justice system, providing expert testimony in legal cases related to policing, corrections, and criminal investigations
What is the role of a police & penal expert witness?
Police and penal expert witnesses offer opinions on law enforcement, correctional facility operations, and related practices.
How much can a person make as a police & penal expert witness?
Police & penal expert witnesses may be compensated in the range from $250 to $450 per hour, or higher in some cases. The final fee is negotiated between the expert witness and the retaining attorney.
What are the qualifications of a police & penal expert witness?
A Police & Penal Expert Witness should be a licensed law enforcement officer or criminal justice professional with specialized training and experience in police procedures and penal practices, and possess knowledge of relevant laws and regulations.
For a lawsuit, what type of evidence is gathered and reviewed by a police & penal expert witness?
A police & penal expert witness may gather and review evidence such as police reports, witness statements, forensic evidence, and any other relevant documentation to provide expert testimony in a lawsuit.
What type of cases involve the testimony of a police & penal expert witness?
Cases involving criminal investigations, law enforcement procedures, use of force, and penal system operations may require the testimony of a police and penal expert witness.