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From Crash to Courtroom: Collision Reconstruction for Lawyers and Law Enforcement



From Crash to Courtroom
John B. Kwasnoski


Main Text: $125 (US)

Supplement Volume 1: Case Studies
(174 pages on CD)
Supplement Volume 2: Reconstruction Testimony
(153 pages on CD)
Regular price $50
Special internet price $40 (US)

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Authored by John Kwasnoski, one of America's leading experts on motor vehicle crash reconstruction, From Crash to Courtroom teaches attorneys what to look for when examining an accident reconstruction expert's report, and explains in detail numerous potential errors an attorney may encounter. Of equal importance to law enforcement professionals, Kwasnoski's work also addresses such critical issues as proper evidence collection and effective crash analysis using the correct application of mathematical equations.

"This is an important and long overdue book," says Gerald Partridge, Esq., Adjunct Professor at the National College of District Attorneys." From Crash to Courtroom will serve the trial lawyer as both a sword and a shield – providing the tools needed for dismantling the incompetent or unscrupulous collision reconstructionist, while supplying the roadmap for building a case on a solid foundation of scientific cause and effect."

About the Author: John Kwasnoski is one of the leading national experts in crash reconstruction, and co-author of three best-selling books: "Investigation and Prosecution of DWI and Vehicular Homicide," "The Officer's DUI Manual" and "Courtroom Survival." A Professor Emeritus of Forensic Physics at Western New England College, he has served as an expert in over 750 motor vehicle accident cases, including single and multiple vehicle, pedestrian, train and motorcycle crash cases. Professor Kwasnoski is also the founder of CRASH! The Science of Collisions, an educational program for high school and college students devoted to reducing young adult motor vehicle fatalities through the use of the sciences and math.

Supplement Volume 1: Case Studies (174 pages)

100 additional cases written in the Crash to Courtroom format, including reference materials, trial suggestions, checklists, etc. This is in response to reader feedback about the original book, and includes topics that were not included in the original text. More information...

Supplement Volume 2: Reconstruction Testimony (153 pages)

100 additional cases written in the Crash to Courtroom format, including reference materials, trial suggestions, checklists, etc. This is in response to reader feedback about the original book, and includes topics that were not included in the original text. More information...




 
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