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WHAT IS WRITTEN ABOUT: James Shellow

 

Professor Edward J. Imwinkelried writes
Similarly, in a drug case defended by Mr. Shellow, if the prosecution were foolish enough to be content to rely on an addict’s visual identification of the alleged drug, Mr. Shellow would be certain to make the prosecution pay for that foolishness. There are, to be sure, limits to the efficacy of cross-examination. A skillful opponent, however, can nonetheless mount an effective weight attack by underscoring that the proponent’s expert employed an inferior analytic technique.

Seton Hall Law Review

 

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