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U.K. expert testimony, cont'd

In a widely followed case (Jun. 29, Jun. 1), Britain's General Medical Council has struck off its rolls noted pediatrician Prof. Sir Roy Meadow because of his role in giving expert testimony which led to erroneous conviction in a crib death prosecution. The Guardian, Telegraph and BBC report, and the BBC mulls the impact the episode could have on the future of expert testimony in British courts. More: Peter Nordberg also comments.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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