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2008-04-17 18:09:34
2008-04-17 18:09:34

You mean a forensic psychologist. :) Forensic Psychologists are expected to synthesize psychological analysis with legal relevance of cases involving child custody disputes, child abuse, competency, criminal responsibility, and advising judges on sentencing. Most Forensic Psychologists possess an advanced Psychology degree at the Master or PhD level or a specialized Forensic Psychology M.A. degree.


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