A new law that requires some expert witnesses to get licensed as a private investigator was meant for accident reconstructionists, but some lawyers are worried that the testimony of other experts could be endangered.

Unlicensed experts who are required to get a license, and any lawyer who hires them without one, could face criminal charges, which has further alarmed lawyers who say the law is unclear.

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