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January 1, 1993
Joe S. Cecil, Thomas E. Willging

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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January 1, 1986
Thomas E. Willging

A description of the appointment of expert witnesses under Federal Rule of Evidence 706. The report discusses procedures for appointing an expert and for payment of the costs.

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January 1, 1985
Donald S. Voorhees

A collection of decisions on procedural problems arising in criminal trials, from material originally presented at Center seminars for newly appointed district judges. Areas covered include jury-related problems, co-conspirator statements, recalcitrant witnesses, the Fifth Amendment, reception of expert testimony, and mistrial.

Superseded by Manual on Recurring Problems in Criminal Trials, Third Edition (1990).

January 1, 1981
Donald S. Voorhees

A collection of decisions on procedural problems arising in criminal trials, from material originally presented at Center seminars for newly appointed district judges. Areas covered include jury-related problems, co-conspirator statements, recalcitrant witnesses, the Fifth Amendment, reception of expert testimony, and mistrial.

Superseded by Manual on Recurring Problems in Criminal Trials, Second Edition (1985).

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