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    Ethics in forensic investigation and the Daubert test

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    1. What would it take to qualify a forensic accountant who plans to give expert testimony in an embezzlement case under the Daubert test?

    2. Is it ethical for a fraud investigator not to include something in a report that she believes to be true and that would help her client but would increase the chances of the perpetrator filing a lawsuit against her? Explain.

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    1. Steps a forensic accountant needs to take to qualify for providing expert testimony in an embezzlement case under the Daubert test?

    The Daubert test is predicated upon Rule 702(2) that determines if an expert qualifies by assessing if his or her opinion is the product of reliable principles & methods. This is done to solidify that the expert used ...

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    Ethics in forensic investigation and the Daubert test are examined. What it would take to qualify a forensic accountant who plan to give expert testimony in an embezzlement case are given. The ethics for fraud investigators are reported.

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