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A(n) ___________ is a person who can demonstrate a particular skill or has knowledge in a trade or profession that will help the court determine the truth of the matter at issue. (Points : 4)
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A(n) Expert Witness is a person who can demonstrate a particular skill or has knowledge in a trade or profession that will help the court determine the truth of the matter at issue.
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User: A(n) ___________ is a person who can demonstrate a particular skill or has knowledge in a trade or profession that will help the court determine the truth of the matter at issue. (Points : 4) Lay person Professional Witness Expert Witness Factual Witness

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A(n) Expert Witness is a person who can demonstrate a particular skill or has knowledge in a trade or profession that will help the court determine the truth of the matter at issue.
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ambermendez, According to Weegy rules please restate the question as the part of your answer. Its very important to read and follow the Weegy basic rules to avoid flags and Warnings in Future, please read the Weegy basic rules here
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