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"When experts offer their opinions in the criminal process, are they acting in a neutral, independent capacity, or are they overtly or covertly functioning as biased advocates?"

Source: Morse, Stephen J. "Role of the Mental Health Expert."  Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice Ed. Sanford H. Kadish. Vol. 3. New York: The Free Press, 1983. 1044.


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