“So, I’d really like it if you could say this …”

If you’ve just said that to your expert witness, you’ve just made his blood boil. And that’s probably not going to be very good for your case. As engineer Steven Murray, Ph.D., of Exponent Failure Analysis Associates in Menlo Park, Calif., says, “Our job is not to support a lawyer’s theory, it’s to find out the technical truth.”

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