I was recently cross-examining an expert witness who had never testified before. I asked him whether he had made any prior reports to the one in evidence. He hesitated for a long time. His body language indicated evasiveness. Finally, he said, “I don’t think so.” I tried to pin him down and asked him again if he ever submitted any other report, draft report, or written or oral opinion to counsel. Again, he said “no.” But he lied under oath. The lie was made evident when cross examining another witness… read more
September 23, 2019
YOUR EXPERT IS COMMITTING PERJURY, WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?
Posted in Attorneys' Ethics, Perjury, Uncategorized