1 hour 49 minutes
less than 3.4 is titled Drawing Conclusions.
This is the first of two modules where we're going to talk about the idea of conclusions
we'll talk about in further detail later on in the course.
Um, why we have to separate sections on conclusions
in this video. We're going to talk about the importance early on of not drawing conclusions.
drawing conclusions. You want to be very careful when doing your analysis early on not to draw conclusions.
You want to provide the
trier of fact, the person who's gonna ultimately be making decisions on on guilt or innocents or the outcome of the matter.
Um, you want to give them the fax necessary to draw conclusion, but you want to refrain from actually drawing the conclusion. Why? Because that could
cause you to put yourself into a corner and ultimately may affect your ability to be a testifying expert.
If you're conclusion is that
the individual did or didn't do what they said,
you may not want to draw conclusions. You may not want to put that on paper because those may not be favorable to your side into your client. And while you're while you are seeking the truth. Your client may ultimately, from a legal standpoint, decide not to use you as an expert.
It's important early on when you're doing your examinations to stick to more facts and less need to draw conclusions.
In this video, we talked about the importance of not drawing conclusions.