Violent Crime Expert Witnesses

Violent crime expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on violent crime. The violent crime expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Forensic Science, Investigation, Law Enf & Criminal Justice, Neurophysiology, Police Practices & Procedures, Premises Liability, and Security.

Amy E Du Beau, PhD, MS, BS Matanuska Forensic Science LLC

Anchorage, Alaska
Neurophysiology, Forensic Science - Neuroscience, Psychoactive drugs, Traumatic brain injury, Violent behavior, Alcohol blackout, Consciousness, Altered states of consciousness, Memory, Criminality, Intentionality, Crime scene, Neuropsychology, Sleep, Victimology, Bloodstain pattern analysis, Homicide, Suicide, Violent crime
Dr A. E. Du Beau, PhD, MS, BS, is a neuroscientist with special expertise in forensics. Neuroscience investigates all aspects of the brain’s functionality, inclusive of neurochemical and anatomical processes that underlie behavior, perception, cognition, mentation and consciousness. Dr Du Beau’s neuroscientific expertise includes altered states of consciousness and sleep, alcohol blackout, psychoactive drugs, traumatic brain injury, memory processes, intentionality, violence and criminality. For contrast, psychologists and psychiatrists are clinicians who are principally focused on the mental state of any given patient, diagnostics and establishing a therapeutic relationship. Conversely, neuroscience uses an analytical approach to understanding how the brain works. Dr Du Beau’s doctoral research at the prestigious University of Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom) investigated the neurochemical properties of neural systems using an array of sophisticated laboratory, surgica...

R.W. "Rick" Simpson theFairWay

Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Law Enf & Criminal Justice, Investigation - Case Review, Corruption, FCPA, Crypto currency, Elder Abuse, Money Laundering, Violent Crime, CPA, Ponzi Scheme, Health Care Fraud, Financial Crime, Anti-Trust, Securities Fraud, Bank Fraud, Criminal Defense, Organized Crime, White Collar Crime, Asset Tracing, Whistelblower, Litigation Support
R.W. “Rick” Simpson is a retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent who spent the final three years of his career leading the Miami International Corruption Squad which investigated FCPA, Kleptocracy, and Anti-Trust matters reaching to the highest levels of country and corporate governance. In this role, Mr. Simpson developed excellent working relationships with top prosecutors and law enforcement officials in multiple countries and gained substantial experience navigating the complexities of multi-jurisdictional investigations. His 26-year FBI career included significant time serving in Los Angeles, FBI Headquarters, Washington DC, and Miami. He joined the FBI with a CPA background, having worked as a Controller for a group of structured finance corporations. Throughout his FBI career, Mr. Simpson made extensive use of sophisticated investigative techniques while conducting numerous high profile organized crime, financial crime, and money laundering investigations. He has testified as ...


Milligan, Tennessee
Police Practices & Procedures, Law Enf & Criminal Justice - criminal investigation, crime scene analysis, crime scene reconstruction, use of force, death scene, homicide, murder, shootings, self defense, USCCA, NRA, rape, sex crimes, sex offense, sexual assault, violent crime, robbery, police practices, composite sketch
Dr. Ken Lang is a retired 25-year law enforcement veteran with extensive criminal investigation experience who holds a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice and teaches various criminal justice and investigative courses. Lang’s career began with the Havre de Grace Police Department in 1989. He served as a patrol officer for two years until he became employed by the Baltimore County Police Department (BCoPD) in 1991, where he served for the next 23 years. Lang’s police career centered on criminal investigations, dedicating 15 years to investigating violent crimes of rapes, robberies, and murders, and 5 years investigating property crimes. In addition to his primary detective assignment, Lang also served as a certified Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission adjunct police instructor at the BCoPD Academy for 16 years, teaching recruit classes and in-service training sessions. Courses taught included Sex Crimes Investigations, Investigative Resources, Basic Investigator’s Courses...

Vince Vittatoe, CPP, CSC, CPTED Vittatoe Consulting, LLC

McKinney, Texas
Security, Premises Liability - Inadequate/Negligent Security, Hotel/Motel, Safety/Security, Security Procedures, commercial buildings, Crime Foreseeability, Assaults, Battery, Rape, Robbery, Murder, Parking Lot, Apartments, Violent Crime, Workplace Violence, Wrongful Death, OSHA, emergency/crisis, premises security liability
Vince Vittatoe, CPP, CSC, CPTED, is the Principal/CEO at Vittatoe Consulting, LLC, independent security management and forensic consulting practice focused on providing clients security and loss prevention expertise to help protect their employees and customers. With over 30 years of combined law enforcement and corporate safety, security, and loss prevention experience, we offer our clients direction and advice from our experience in both the public and private sectors. After college, Vince worked for State Farm Insurance as an accounting supervisor before joining the Dallas Police Department in 1988, serving as a police officer and divisional defensive tactics instructor. Upon returning to the private sector, Vince entered the hospitality industry and gained operations experience as an Area Manager for Motel 6, responsible for twelve motels. Next, Vince moved to the corporate office of Accor North America as the Director-Safety & Security. Vince held safety, security, and los...