Firearms and Ballistics Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in the study of the characteristics, firing, flight and effect of ammunition. Identification of weapons through the retrieval and examination of bullets and trace evidence.
The listings below are all Firearms and Ballistics expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsRiley Welch LaPorte & Associates
Tiffany Salters, Office Manager
Kurt Moline is a highly-qualified forensic firearms and toolmarks examiner with a wealth of experience. Mr. Moline is a very well qualified expert witness in this area.
Forensic Trio, Inc.
Max J. Scott
Professionally trained and certified, with over 40 years experience in: Forensic Investigation, Civil & Criminal Scene Reconstruction, Motor Vehicle Accident Reconstruction, and Forensic Photography and Photogrammetry.
Stria Consulting Group
I've been an active firearms examiner for the past twenty-four years having completed 12,000+ firearm cases with the NYPD Lab and have provided expert testimony in the fields of firearms operability, microscopic analysis and shooting incident reconstruction at over six-hundred criminal trials, depositions and civil proceedings in six states.
RNA Consulting, Inc.
Robert N. Anderson, PhD, PE, PI
Los Altos Hills, CA
Robert N. Anderson, PhD, PE, PI, is an expert witness in Engineering Forensic Disciplines, Failure Analysis, Fire & Explosion Investigation, Metallurgy and Materials Science, and Firearms & Ballistics, Corrosion.
California Association Of Tactical Trainers
San Francisco, CA
Federal Bureau of Investigation Agent-Retired. 24 years of experience involving investigations, law enforcement training, special operations tactics, undercover and security assignments. Expert Witness with 25 years of consultation, deposition and court room testimony experience with police litigation cases involving use of force, officer involved shootings, firearms, threat assessment, arrest and control procedures, security/vulnerability assessments, SWAT and sniper team operations, defensive tactics, tactical operations command, patrol and plain clothes officer tactics, bullet trajectory ballistics, undercover operations, law enforcement training, warrant service, less lethal and impact munitions, distraction devices, breaching tactics and equipment, critical incident command and control, force management accountability, active shooter response procedures.
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