Kotlyarenko Lidiya. Issues Of The Quality Of The Forensic Expert Opinion And Some Forensic Errors


Social Sciences / Law / Common law and equity

Submitted on: Jun 03, 2023, 05:57:44

Description: Thus, the very concept of ‚Eėquality of forensic examination‚Eô is composite and requires a comprehensive, systematic approach to its study. The concept of ‚Eėquality‚Eô is closely related to that of ‚Eėefficiency‚Eô. It is generally remarked that an expert investigation should be complete, comprehensive, objective, etc., whereas an expert opinion should be complete, clear, consistent, coherent, informed, etc. Therefore, examining the efficiency of expert investigation and measures to improve it involves a simultaneous analysis of factors that raise the investigation quality and level, as well as reliability and validity of expert‚Eôs findings. The concept of quality may be regarded as a composite structure comprising the support for the following elements: legal, scientific and technological, methodological, organisational, logistical. The quality of expert investigation is not an abstract concept; it actually exists and has a certain content that expresses substantial certainty, since it results in an expert opinion ‚E" judicial evidence. An expert opinion has a procedural (legal), scientific and technological aspects. The ‚Eėquality of forensic examination‚Eô concept therefore has a procedural (legal), scientific and technological content.

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