Court-Appointed Experts: Defining the Role of Experts Appointed Under Federal Rule of Evidence 706
Joe S. Cecil; Thomas E. Willging
1993, 108 pages
(In Print: Available for Distribution)
A study of why judges rarely appoint experts under Rule 706. In discussing this issue with judges, the authors learned of techniques and procedures that may aid judges when considering whether to appoint an expert or when managing an expert who has been appointed. These suggestions are collected in the final chapter of this report.

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Case Management
Expert Evidence
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Fed. R. Evid. 706
Federal Rules of Evidence
Federal Rules of Practice and Procedure
Special Masters and Court-Appointed Experts