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May 2018



Features
Convention Preview
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AZAT Creative Arts Competition Intro
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Photography Winner
by: Ken Krohn
Photography Honorable Mention
by: Michael C. Hughes
Fiction Winner: The Second Black Hole
by: Mary Bruno
Nonfiction Winner: A Streetcar Named Ancestry.com
by: Hon. Randall Howe
Painting Winner
by: Mark Bockel
Painting Honorable Mention
by: Dair Deckert
Poetry Winner
by: Mike Ehlerman
Humor Winner
by: Kevin Burke
Sculpture Winner
by: Jon Saline
Sculpture Honorable Mention
by: Christopher R. Trautman
Winner Music
by: Nicolette Kneup

Arizona Verdicts
by: West’s Jury Verdicts - Arizona Reports


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Special Feature
Expert Witness Guide
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Expert Witness Guide - 2018


Features
Editor's Letter
by: Tim Eigo, Editor
When Your Expert's Expertise Isn't Enough
by: Deborah Johnson
A Picture is Worth More Than 1,000 Words
by: Michael J. Haugen and William E. Fischbach
Jack or Jackie? Gender and Expert Witness Testimony
by: Rosalind Greene and Jan Mills Spaeth
Private Investigators and the Criminal Justice Act
by: Steven Mason
Court-Appointed Commissioners, Receivers, and Real Estate Disputes
by: Beth Jo Zeitzer
How Experts May Improve Your Mediation Success
by: Mark Zukowski
You've Retained Your Witness, Time to Prepare Them
by: Matthew E. Karlovsky and Ellen Levy
Case Challenges: How the Superior Expert Responds
by: Lela C. Lawless

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