The Admission Or Exclusion Of Expert Testimony In Texas, 52 South Texas Law Review 154


Almost every civil case involves experts to some degree. The party with the burden of proof in a large percentage of cases must have expert testimony to carry its burden. That being said, it makes complete sense that the rules regarding the admission of expert testimony have evolved substantially over the past several decades. This Article focuses on the appellate issues that arise due to the admission or exclusion of expert testimony. To read more, click on "Download PDF."

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