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The Law Practice Of Tomorrow Is Here Today (access required)

BALTIMORE — A blind witness in Virginia Beach refreshes her recollection by reading a scanned Braille document. A Reston attorney uses closed-circuit television to conduct a live direct examination of an expert in London. A lawyer in Bristol presents a ...

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Experts Can't Testify Due To Inadequate Disclosure (access required)

A timber company that accused another company of trespass and timber overcutting can exclude opinion testimony from three defense experts because the defendant’s pretrial disclosure of the experts’ anticipated opinions was untimely and incomplete under Virginia court rules, a Suffolk ...

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Nurse Cannot Testify On Consent, Judge Says (access required)

A Chesapeake defense attorney has successfully argued that a sexual assault nurse examiner’s testimony concerning the consent of an alleged rape victim was scientifically unreliable and thus inadmissible. In Velazquez v. Commonwealth (VLW 001-7-157), the Court of Appeals of Virginia ...

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