Physicians are going to court as expert witnesses in child abuse cases in ever-increasing numbers. This article is intended to assist physicians who are preparing to go to court, and who are concerned with improving the accuracy, clarity and credibility of expert testimony in child abuse cases.

Decision to testify

A clinical interest in child abuse and a willingness to report cases tends to put physicians into situations in which testimony is likely.

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