Eyewitness consulting since 2012
Eyewitness identification is one of the leading causes of wrongful convictions in the U.S.
This is caused by confident, yet inaccurate, eyewitnesses. Eyewitness identification is one of the most persuasive forms of evidence, which is why juries sometimes believe inaccurate eyewitnesses and find this testimony so overwhelmingly compelling.
Dr. Neuschatz has conducted research on showup identifications, eyewitness confidence, and post-identification feedback. Additionally, he has written extensively on the different social and cognitive factors that influence both eyewitness identification and memory.
In his role as an expert witness, Dr. Neuschatz helps with suppression hearings by developing questions for both the witnesses and lineup administrators.
Upon request, he can also draw up reports as well as testify in court.
To date, Dr. Neuschatz has consulted on over 230 cases for federal courts, state courts, as well as military courts.
Expert on the subject
Dr. Neuschatz has done extensive research on showups, or one-person identification, and frequently testifies about the inherent unreliability of such procedures.
AlthoughDr. Neuschatz discusses and writes about the factors that affect the eyewitness identification, he does not offer opinions as to the accuracy of the witness’ identification.
Dr. Neuschatz has been consulting on eyewitness cases since 2012. To date, he has consulted on over 230 cases for federal courts, state courts, as well as military courts. His testimony involves educating the jury on the factors that affect eyewitness identification as well as informing the guidelines as to properly conduct an eyewitness identification procedure.
Dr. Neuschatz has done extensive work on showups, or one-person ID’s, and frequently testifies about the inherent unreliability of such procedures. In his role as an expert witness, he helps with suppression hearings, developing questions for both the witness and lineup administrators. In addition, he creates reports upon request and testifies in court.
Although he discusses and writes about the factors that affect the eyewitness identification, he does not offer opinions as to the accuracy of the witness’ identification.
Dr. Neuschatz has been consulting on cases involving eyewitness identifications since 2012. When asked to testify in court, Dr. Neuschatz typically takes the time to educate jurors on the factors that can affect eyewitness identification accuracy as well as about the proper guidelines on how to properly conduct an eyewitness identification procedure.
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