Whether you are a prosecuting attorney or providing legal defense services, the personal, professional, and financial risks involved with managing a case are high. Minimizing these risks requires an efficient and strategic approach. Organizing, planning, and conducting a legal case, settlement or trial is a complicated task at best. Effective navigation, and proper utilization, of the "human psychology, cognition and behavior" dynamics involved with a legal proceeding is essential for maximizing your case's potential for success.
Providing attorneys professional, evidence-based assistance with managing complicated interpersonal dynamics (difficult judges, manipulative prosecutors), navigating case politics & social perception, effective jury selection, and maximizing use of expert witnesses are some of the services Dr. Wylie can provide. Dr. Wylie provides an array of Forensic Consultative Services to attorneys, legal firms, corporations, and individuals. Please contact Dr. Wylie directly for additional information.
Sometimes negotiating the best possible outcome for your client is limited solely to mitigating the degree of impact your client will experience following a plea or sentence. Dr. Wylie provides an array of Forensic (Tort & Criminal) Case Mitigation Services to attorneys or legal firms.
Appropriate identification, and strategic utilization, of expert witnesses, professionally informed and strategic cross-examination strategies of expert witnesses, identification and effective utilization of jury dynamics, and professional analysis and utilization of your client's personal, medical, and psychological history to assist with the mitigation of negative outcomes are a few of the services Dr. Wylie can provide for your case. Please contact Dr. Wylie directly for additional information.
Forensic Psychology is the intersection between the field of psychology and the justice system. It involves understanding fundamental legal principles, regarding expert witness testimony and the specific content area of concern (e.g., Competency, Child Custody and Visitation, or Workplace Discrimination), as well as relevant jurisdictional considerations (e.g., in the United States, the definition of insanity in criminal trials differs from state to state) in order to be able to interact appropriately with judges, attorneys, and other legal professionals.
An important aspect of forensic psychology is the ability to provide testimony in court as an expert witness, reformulating psychological findings into the legal language of the courtroom, providing information to legal personnel in a way that can be understood and utilized.
Medical Psychology Associates Provides a Variety of Forensic Services Including but not Limited to:
*Health Insurance Plans do NOT provide coverage or reimbursement for forensic services
If you are an attorney or represent an attorney or attorney's office who is seeking the services of a Forensic Psychologist, please review the attached documents. Email Dr. Wylie for password.