NACDL - Is It Really a Homicide? Working With and Crossing the Pathologist In a Gunshot Case

Is It Really a Homicide? Working With and Crossing the Pathologist In a Gunshot Case

Gunshot wounds are often the cause of death in homicide cases. Deja Vishny provides some basic information to help defense attorneys examine a homicide case before trial, decide whether they need to retain their own forensic pathologist, and effectively conduct trial cross-examination of the doctor who performed the autopsy.