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Sexual Assault: Credibility and Memory Issues
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May 21, 2020
Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
Sexual Assault Cases
Loretta Merritt, an attorney with substantial experience dealing with sexual abuse and harassment in civil lawsuits and employment cases, and Dr. Rachel Liebman, a licensed clinical psychologist with research and clinical experience treating individuals exposed to interpersonal trauma and an expertise in evidence-based trauma-focused treatment, will address credibility and memory issues in sexual assault cases, including: 1) assessing credibility in sexual abuse cases; 2) the nature of traumatic memory; and 3) how to anticipate and address credibility problems at various stages of litigation (pleadings, affidavit of documents, examinations for discovery, experts and trial).Expand summary
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