An expert witness is the primary function of an expert witness is to express his independent expert opinion based on the information that is provided an expert can be employed in different capacities for example at arbitrations tribunals and litigation a witness is a person giving sworn evidence to a tribunal or court of law. The definition of an expert witness according to the federal rule of evidence an expert witness is a person with specialized skill sets whose opinion may help a jury make sense of the factual evidence of a case testimonies from expert witnesses can have a tremendous influence on the final decision of the judge. The ability of an expert witness to provide evidence in connection with a factual situation with which they had no connection is thus a major exception to the hearsayrule which generally provides that indirect evidence may not be led to support the truth of the matter asserted. An expert witness is usually expected to produce a report or statement prior to the trial containing the results of their analysis such a statement must include details of the expert witness qualifications experience and certification accreditation if applicable as well as their proffered scope of expertise
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