Further Reading

Papers and articles providing further reading on qualifying the expert witness include:

Berger, M.A. (2005) What has a decade of Daubert wrought (PDF). American Journal of Public Health, 95 (S1), S59. Retrieved on 2006-07-12.

Dixon, L. and Gill. B. (2002) Changes in the Standards for Admitting Expert Evidence in Federal Civil Cases Since the Daubert Decision, RAND Institute for Civil Justice Santa Monica, CA.

Gatowski, S.I., Dobbin, S.A., Richardson, J.T., Ginsburg, G.P., Merlino, M.L. and Dahir, V. (2001) Asking the gatekeepers: a national survey of judges on judging expert evidence in a post-Daubert world. Law and Human Behavior, 25 (5), 433-58.

Gottesman, M. (Fall 1998). For barefoot to Daubert to joiner: triple play or double error? Arizona Law Review, 40, 753.

Hodge, E. and Blackburn, B. (1979) The firearms/toolmark examiner in court 21:2 . Association of Firearms and Toolmark Examiners Journal, 11 232, 238 (1989) [first published 1979].

Jasanoff, S. (2005) Law's knowledge: science for justice in legal settings . American Journal of Public Health, 95 (S1), S49-568.

Melnick, R. (2005) A Daubert motion: a legal strategy to exclude essential scientific evidence in toxic tort litigation. American Journal of Public Health, 95 (S1), S30.

Moenssens, A.A., Moses, R.E. and Inbau, F.E. (1965) Scientific Evidence in Criminal Cases, Foundation Press, Evanston, IL, USA.

Moss, R. (1970) Scientific proof in criminal cases, a Texas lawyer ' s guide. Association of Firearms and Toolmark Newsletter, 10.

Murdock, J. (1992) Some suggested court questions to test criteria for identification qualifications. Association of Firearms and Toolmark Examiners Journal, 24.

Neufeld, P. (2005) The (near) irrelevance of daubert to criminal justice and some suggestions for reform . American Journal of Public Health, 95 (S1), S107.

Owen, D.G. (2002) A decade of Daubert. Denver University Law Review, 80, 345.

Risinger, D.M. (2000) Navigating expert reliability: are criminal standards of certainty being left on the dock? Albany Law Review, 64 (1), 2000.

Rothman, K.J. and Greenland, S. (2005) Causation and causal inference in epidemiology. American Journal of Public Health, 95 (S1), S144.

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