Court halts S.C. law requiring licensing of expert witnesses


South Carolina's Supreme Court has asked the state legislature, when it reconvenes in January, to reconsider a law that affects physicians who serve as expert witnesses. The law requires physicians from out-of-state to have a South Carolina license to testify as expert witnesses in the state's courts.

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