To do the most complete investigation and to prepare for trial of a MV crash case it is essential that you be able to anticipate some of the potential defense strategies and tactics. This facet of trial preparation may suggest additional investigative activities that could preclude a spurious or faux defense theory. This text is broken down by type of collision along with many suggestions of general defenses that could occur in almost any type of MV case. A must have for both prosecutors and investigators.
J. Kwasnoski 267 pages – softbound – with numerous illustrations, charts and tables
This is the text used in the freshman course “Physics for Law Enforcement” at Western New England College, and includes the fundamentals of the science of crash reconstruction. The perfect text for reviewing the scientific foundation of crash reconstruction methodology and testimony, this text is written at a non-calculus level.
A readable foundation text for those who want a primer on collision reconstruction. Patterned after Prof. Kwasnoski’s Lethal Weapon lectures, and including additional materials and references. This book is a perfect read for prosecutors and for officers who want to gain a new perspective on the science of collision reconstruction.
Joe Fried has released a new book entitled Law Enforcement Guide to Truck Driving Safety Standards. In his years as a police officer, safety advocate, and attorney handling truck crash cases nationally, Joe experienced first-hand the gap in law enforcement training and knowledge about the standards applicable to operators of large commercial vehicles. That is why he wrote this book.