If reports of private investigators are not beyond the knowledge of the trier of fact, the private investigators may not qualify as expert witnesses, even if they are well educated, experienced and trained, and the party who arranges to take the depositions of the private investigators may not be required to pay deposition fees.
Stafford v. Roadway
New London J.D., at New London
December 24, 2012
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