A forensic psychologist refers to a person who uses training in psychology in a setting that involves the law.
The following are examples of case law on forensic psychologist:
A court appointed neutral forensic psychologist prepares an evaluation of the respective parental fitness of the parties. S/he interviews and conducted psychological testing of the parties and the children and then renders a report regarding the custody. The notes and raw data of a court-appointed neutral forensic psychologist are certainly relevant and material to the issue of custody, particularly where the conclusions drawn from that data are the central evidence before the court. [Ochs v. Ochs, 193 Misc. 2d 502, 503 (N.Y. Misc. 2002)].
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