The expert witness job is often described as a balancing act duty to clients on the one hand duty to society on the other forensic ethics and the expert witness probes beyond this familiar conflict of interest framework to present a new innovative model of professional ethics. By doing so they give notice that they clearly recognize the vital need to preserve and encourage fair and equitable practices among all who are engaged in the practice of forensic consulting code of ethics members shall refrain from conduct or practice which will discredit this association or the practice of forensic consulting. Forensic psychologists psychiatrists scientific experts who testify as well as legal professionals will find forensic ethics and the expert witness stimulating reading that advances their fields this book can also serve as a core text for forensic fellowships or to add depth to psychology and ethics training. It does not tell the practicing forensic psychiatrist what to do in any circumstance or clinical situation and who to consult when faced with an ethical dilemma this slim volume forensic ethics and the expert witness authored by dr philip j candilis dr robert weinstock and dr richard martinez does not do so either. He refers to a recent book entitled forensic ethics and the expert witness which he refers to as feew 30 by candilis weinstock and martinez who have been frequent contributors to the
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