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I write requesting your publication of the following information, which is of significance to the New York State bar, judiciary and public. It pertains to the “hot button” issue of forensic custody evaluations, recently debated by the NYS Legislature and consistently the subject of ongoing debate. See, e.g., Timothy M. Tippins, “A Passel of Poppycock: Expert Witness Roles and Limitations,” NYLJ, March 15, 2019; Timothy Tippins and Jeffrey P. Wittmann, “Forensic Custody Reports: Where’s the Science?” NYLJ, Sept. 4, 2019.

I became aware of the issue in the course of my preparation for an appeal, which I recently argued before the Appellate Division, Second Department.

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