Drawing Conclusions Revisited

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Time
1 hour 49 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
2
Video Transcription
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less than 4.3 is titled Drawing Conclusions Revisited. We're now going to talk about
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drawing conclusions and how to draw conclusions is an expert
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because when you're an expert as opposed to a consultant,
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you're
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more often going to be asked to draw the conclusions for the court as opposed to simply inferring the conclusions
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in this video, we're gonna cover why it's now OK to draw conclusions.
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As an expert, you wanna base your conclusions on facts.
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You want to base opinions on fax, indoor previous experience, and you want to refrain from absolutes.
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For example, you don't want to use the term must be or
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definitely is, or any of those absolutes. You want to give yourself an opportunity to be able to
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couch or
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to be able to
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qualify what you're saying
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so that if new information is provided to you, you have the wiggle room to change your opinion or change your conclusion.
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In this video, we covered why it's now OK to draw conclusions
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