Question 1: The tribunal itself, or the judge, can in some systems call upon experts to technically evaluate a certain ________ or action, in order to provide the court with a complete knowledge on the fact/action it is judging.
Question 2: This privilege is similar to the work product protected by the ________.
Question 6: Typically, ________ are relied on for opinions on severity of injury, degree of insanity, cause of failure in a machine or other device, loss of earnings, care costs, and the like.
Question 7: Senior ________ — U.K., Ireland, and Commonwealth consultants, U.S.
Question 8: The expert has a heavy responsibility, especially in penal trials, and perjury by an expert is a severely punished ________ in most countries.
Question 9: Fingerprint examination, blood analysis and ________ are common kinds of expert evidence heard in serious criminal cases.
Question 10: In England and Wales, under the ________ (CPR), an expert witness is required to be independent and address his or her expert report to the Court.