Accused kidnapper's lawyers seek to bar testimony from experts
Prosecutors plan to bring in at least 10 experts to testify at the trial of accused kidnapper and killer Brendt Christensen, according to his lawyers, in topics ranging from fingerprint analysis and electronic forensics to canine cadaver searches and Chinese culture. But if his lawyers have their way, none of them will be able to testify.
They filed a motion this week to bar any expert testimony by the government, arguing that prosecutors failed to provide them with analyses of forensic evidence by the court-ordered Dec. 15 deadline.
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