Four experts testified in a products liability case involving a hot tub. One, an expert in pest management, opined about rodents chewing on electrical wires, which may have caused the fire.
Defendant was convicted of first degree sexual abuse and subsequently appealed his conviction on two grounds, one on the court’s exclusion of his expert witness. The court confirmed the lower court opinion.
Father convicted of sexual abusing his daughter appeals an opinion of the lower court which disallowed expert witness testimony of psychiatrist. The appeals court upheld the opinions.
Plaintiff sued defendants related to a accident involving a boat and a drilling rig at sea. There were challenges to the numerous experts. Most of the challenges were denied, while a few scattered parts of motions were granted.
The owner of a dog that was shot by a police officer sued for violation of his fourth amendment rights. The plaintiff called upon three witnesses to assist in his case. The challenge was mostly denied.
In a medical malpractice case, the defendant, an anesthesiologist, asked to testify as an expert in radiology. The trial court excluded his testimony and the appeals court upheld the opinion.