Table of contents for Forensic ethics and the expert witness / Philip J. Candilis, Robert Weinstock, Richard Martinez ; edited by Andrew Szanton.

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Foreword by Paul S. Appelbaum, MD                                 vii
Acknowledgments                                                   xi
SECTION I Introduction and Overview
Chapter 1 The Problem of the Expert's Ethics in Court              3
Chapter 2 Cases and Examples Using the Approaches So Far          41
SECTION II Approaches That Guide Ethical Behavior
Chapter 3 Ethical Theories: Principled Models, Narrative Theory,
and Professional Integrity                               61
Chapter 4 Theories and Perspectives from Other Quarters           77
Chapter 5 Robust Professionalism: Beyond Roles                    97
SECTION III Applying Theory to Practice
Chapter 6 Ethical Reasoning for the Courtroom Expert             125
Appendix of Ethics Codes                                         179

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Forensic psychiatry, Evidence, Expert, Legal ethics, Psychiatric ethics