Flawed Findings of Montana Expert Leads to Discussion of Experts’s Role in Litigation

Recently, a Montana Forensic Pathologist, Thomas Bennett, came under fire for conducting flawed autopsies on children. While all of Bennett’s cases are not being reviewed at this time, the controversy in Montana has led to revamping the office and discussing the importance of having more forensic pathologists on staff to verify findings. A debate has also ensued about the proper role of expert witnesses in litigation. Read more, here.

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