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Is that a profassional witness?

Is that a profassional witness? Topic: Legal case search websites
June 16, 2019 / By Bashemath
Question: I was once sued and the 'expert' who testified against me said tat he had testified in 200 lawsuits. Now for some profassions such as forensic Pathologist or other dmage experts (Automobile, house etc) it is usual to appear in court as it is part of their job. However if appearing in courts is not an integral part of your job, in your estimations a person appearing and testifying in court 200 times in 15 years is a 'professional witness' - a person who would be willing to say anythingunder oath for the right amount of 'expert fees'?
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Adelice Adelice | 9 days ago
A professional witness is used in legal claims that require specific information regarding a specific instance. They are used in many cases from personal liability to medical malpractice to employee injury. . . You name it. Many times experts will either be given a set of facts or asked to investigate the facts on their own. These witnesses will then be expected to testify in court based on their findings. Expert witnesses are people with a specific area of expertise who are called on to testify in a case because of their knowledge. This website will show you some of the experts that are available as well as what their specific field is. http://www.expert4law.org/ Attorneys search for experts, and select their expert witnesses carefully. In reality, 200 cases in 15 years is not all that many for an expert witness. Your witness has experience, and clearly is in demand to have testified in 200 cases. However, lawyers are very careful in selecting witnesses because of the possible ramifications of choosing poorly... K
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Adelice Originally Answered: Is that a profassional witness?
A professional witness is used in legal claims that require specific information regarding a specific instance. They are used in many cases from personal liability to medical malpractice to employee injury. . . You name it. Many times experts will either be given a set of facts or asked to investigate the facts on their own. These witnesses will then be expected to testify in court based on their findings. Expert witnesses are people with a specific area of expertise who are called on to testify in a case because of their knowledge. This website will show you some of the experts that are available as well as what their specific field is. http://www.expert4law.org/ Attorneys search for experts, and select their expert witnesses carefully. In reality, 200 cases in 15 years is not all that many for an expert witness. Your witness has experience, and clearly is in demand to have testified in 200 cases. However, lawyers are very careful in selecting witnesses because of the possible ramifications of choosing poorly... K
Adelice Originally Answered: Is that a profassional witness?
Just because a person is a professional witness does not mean he will say "anything" under oath. And I am sure that the fact that he was paid for his time in court was made known to the fact-finder.

Teagan Teagan
Just because a person is a professional witness does not mean he will say "anything" under oath. And I am sure that the fact that he was paid for his time in court was made known to the fact-finder.
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Teagan Originally Answered: How can we help our Jehovah's Witness friends to see that they are relying on the promises the WTS cannot keep?
We need them to understand their own history. Their essential doctrine is that they are God's chosen organization. We must make them understand that they are not God's chosen organization and they are the only ones that were not watching in 1914 as in Luke 12. This would not have made Jesus happy with the JW's but would have made him happy with all the other Christians. Why would they be watching, they believed that Jesus' presence was in 1874, so they wouldn't have been watching. So the JW's have things all turned around, if Jesus' presence was in 1914 as they state, then in 1919 it would have been all other Christians that would have been chosen and the JW's would have been labeled "Christendom" the false religion of Babylon and so forth. They are not what they teach. They are what they are, their history speaks for it's self. *** ka 209-10 11 "Here Is the Bridegroom!" *** 55 In the year 1943 the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society published the book "The Truth Shall Make You Free." In its chapter 11, entitled "The Count of Time," it did away with the insertion of 100 years into the period of the Judges and went according to the oldest and most authentic reading of Acts 13:20, and accepted the spelled-out numbers of the Hebrew Scriptures. This moved forward the end of six thousand years of man’s existence into the decade of the 1970’s. Naturally this did away with the year 1874 C.E. as the date of return of the Lord Jesus Christ and the beginning of his invisible presence or Parousia. The millennium that was to be marked by the detaining of Satan the Devil enchained in the abyss and by the reign of the 144,000 joint heirs with Christ in heavenly glory was therefore yet in the future. What, then, about the parousia (presence) of Christ? Page 324 of the above book positively says: "The King’s presence or parousia began in 1914." Also, in the Watchtower issue of July 15, 1949 (page 215, paragraph 22), the statement is made: " . . . Messiah, the Son of man, came into Kingdom power A.D. 1914 and . . . this constitutes his second coming and the beginning of his second parousía or presence." So we can see that the early Jehovah witnesses believed that Jesus Parousia began in 1874. The truth book states this above and it is in all the old books. It was not until 1925 that the doctrine was changed. Before 1925 we as Jehovah’s witnesses believed that 1914 was the END of the Gentile times and Christ parousia (which had started in 1874) and the START of Armageddon. This is what Russell and Rutherford believed. The Witnesses back then were not knocking on people’s doors and telling them that Christ presence was GOING TO START IN 1914 but that it had started in 1874 and would last 50 years and would culminate in Armageddon. Then in 1925, we changed it.I have pasted the bit out of the “proclaimers” book that deals with this: *** w90 3/15 13 'The Faithful Slave' and Its Governing Body *** On arriving to inspect his slaves in 1918, therefore, whom did the Master, Jesus Christ, find giving to his body of attendants their measure of food supplies at the proper time? Well, by then, who had given sincere truth-seekers the correct understanding of the ransom sacrifice, the divine name, the invisibility of Christ’s presence, and the significance of 1914? I am sure that you will agree with me that the above quote cannot be true in the light of what the “Proclaimers” book says. JW's did not have the correct understanding until at least 1925?
Teagan Originally Answered: How can we help our Jehovah's Witness friends to see that they are relying on the promises the WTS cannot keep?
What so Adam and eve mean nothing? Eden, was “a paradise of pleasure.” (Genesis 2:8, Douay Version) They were “to cultivate it and to take care of it.” (Genesis 2:15) Additionally, their role on earth included this very human administrative assignment: “Be fruitful and become many and fill the earth and subdue it.” (Genesis 1:28) As their offspring increased, they would have the task of extending the boundaries of this beautiful garden, transforming the whole earth into a paradise. How long was it to last? The Bible consistently notes that the earth will remain “to time indefinite, or forever.” (Psalm 104:5; Ecclesiastes 1:4) So the Paradise earth was meant to serve permanently as a delightful home for perfect humans, who would live there forever.—Isaiah 45:11, 12, 18. Though the rebellion in Eden temporarily interrupted the fulfillment of God’s purpose, it has not changed that purpose. God has introduced the means for stopping the damage and restoring Paradise. The mechanism for doing this is the Kingdom of God, the heavenly government that Jesus made such a prominent part of his message to mankind. (Matthew 6:10, 33) And we can be certain that the original purpose of God will be accomplished. The all-powerful Creator behind it assures us: “So my word that goes forth from my mouth will prove to be. It will not return to me without results, but it will certainly do that in which I have delighted, and it will have certain success in that for which I have sent it.”—Isaiah 55:11. The Bible’s description of Paradise is truly breathtaking. For example, it tells of a dramatic change in the condition of the earth itself. You may recall that when expelled from Eden the first humans were told that the ground would bring forth thorns and thistles, and only by the sweat of their face would they be able to grow food from the earth. (Genesis 3:17-19) From then until now it often has been a constant struggle against encroaching deserts, poor soil, drought, weeds, insects, plant diseases and crop failures. Too often famine has won the battle. However, this situation is to be reversed: “The wilderness and the waterless region will exult, and the desert plain will be joyful and blossom as the saffron. . . . For in the wilderness waters will have burst out, and torrents in the desert plain. And the heat-parched ground will have become as a reedy pool, and the thirsty ground as springs of water.” “Instead of the thicket of thorns the juniper tree will come up. Instead of the stinging nettle the myrtle tree will come up.” (Isaiah 35:1, 6, 7; 55:13) So the working out of God’s purpose means that mankind will have the very enjoyable task of transforming the earth into a place of beauty that will forever bring delight to its inhabitants. But it will mean more than just beauty.

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