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Nathaniel R. Evans II, M.D.
Delanco, New Jersey
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Contact:  Nathaniel R. Evans II, M.D.
http://www.lawsonline.com/website/199
609-351-9734 Or Toll Free
nrevans@comcast.net
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Delanco, New Jersey

Contact:  Nathaniel R. Evans II, M.D.
http://www.lawsonline.com/website/199
609-351-9734
nrevans@comcast.net
Occupational Medicine Expert Witness, Correctional Healthcare Expert Witness. Excellent ability to effectively and clearly present complex medical information and concepts so as to be easily understood by non-medical audience. Experienced and effective in court testimony. Will review documents for plaintiff or defense (to determine merit of case). M.D. degree, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Board Certified by the American Boards of Internal Medicine, Preventative Medicine (Occupational Medicine) and Addiction Medicine. Board Certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine from 1983 to 2013. Owner and Medical Director of occupational medicine center 1985-2010. Medical Director, Burlington County (New Jersey) Department of Corrections 1986-2007. Currently employed full-time as occupational medicine physician. Attorney References Available
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Asbestos,  Corrections,  Health Care,  Internal Medicine,  Jail and Prison,  Occupational Medicine,  Wrongful Death, 


Occupational Medicine Expert Witness, Correctional Healthcare Expert Witness. Excellent ability to effectively and clearly present complex medical information and concepts so as to be easily understood by non-medical audience. Experienced and effective in court testimony. Will review documents for plaintiff or defense (to determine merit of case). M.D. degree, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Board Certified by the American Boards of Internal Medicine, Preventative Medicine (Occupational Medicine) and Addiction Medicine. Board Certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine from 1983 to 2013. Owner and Medical Director of occupational medicine center 1985-2010. Medical Director, Burlington County (New Jersey) Department of Corrections 1986-2007. Currently employed full-time as occupational medicine physician. Attorney References Available

Victor D. Lofgreen Ph.D.
The Woodlands, Texas
9595 Six Pines Dr, Ste 8210, 77380


Contact:  Victor D. Lofgreen
http://prisonjailexpert.com/
773-793-5872 Or Toll Free 866-773-8837
vlofgreen@prisonjailexpert.com
9595 Six Pines Dr, Ste 8210
The Woodlands, Texas 77380

Contact:  Victor D. Lofgreen
http://prisonjailexpert.com/
773-793-5872 Or Toll Free 866-773-8837
vlofgreen@prisonjailexpert.com
Victor D. Lofgreen, PhD, has over 30 years of experience and education in the fields of Corrections and Human and Community Development. He is a jail and prison policy and procedures expert related to the standard of care for inmates by local, State and Federal correctional agencies.
Information:  
Corrections,  Criminalistics,  Education and Schools,  Jail and Prison,  Law Enforcement, 


Victor D. Lofgreen, PhD, has over 30 years of experience and education in the fields of Corrections and Human and Community Development. He is a jail and prison policy and procedures expert related to the standard of care for inmates by local, State and Federal correctional agencies.

Jacqueline Moore & Associates
Littleton, Colorado
5861 S. Albion Ct., 80121


Contact:  Jacqueline Moore
Jacqueline Moore WEBSITE
303-771-1637 Or Toll Free
moor143@outlook.com
5861 S. Albion Ct.
Littleton, Colorado 80121

Contact:  Jacqueline Moore
Jacqueline Moore WEBSITE
303-771-1637
moor143@outlook.com
Information:  
Corrections,  Medical Malpractice,  Nursing,  Wrongful Death, 



JMC Associates
Sandia Park, New Mexico
, 87047


Contact:  Shannon L McReynolds
jmcassociates.us
505-977-7607 Or Toll Free
smcreynolds@jmcassociates.us

Sandia Park, New Mexico 87047

Contact:  Shannon L McReynolds
jmcassociates.us
505-977-7607
smcreynolds@jmcassociates.us
With twenty-four years experience in corrections, he has testified in U.S. Department of Justice hearings on prison rape, and in 2009 and 2014 spoke at the Advocacy in Action conference in Albuquerque on the topic of sexual assault in prison . He has also provided testimony in Federal and State district court on PREA, inmate classification, good time laws, segregation placements, and inmate religious rights. He provided evidence that resulted in the conviction of gang member and accused murderer Charles Aragon. As Inspector General for the New Mexico Corrections Department, he was assigned as the Department's PREA Coordinator, preparing and scheduling four facilities for their PREA audits in the first year of the audit cycle, GCCF, NENMDF, OCPF, & PNM
Information:  
Corrections,  Jail and Prison, 


With twenty-four years experience in corrections, he has testified in U.S. Department of Justice hearings on prison rape, and in 2009 and 2014 spoke at the Advocacy in Action conference in Albuquerque on the topic of sexual assault in prison . He has also provided testimony in Federal and State district court on PREA, inmate classification, good time laws, segregation placements, and inmate religious rights. He provided evidence that resulted in the conviction of gang member and accused murderer Charles Aragon. As Inspector General for the New Mexico Corrections Department, he was assigned as the Department's PREA Coordinator, preparing and scheduling four facilities for their PREA audits in the first year of the audit cycle, GCCF, NENMDF, OCPF, & PNM

John G. Peters, Jr. & Associates
Henderson, Nevada
209 South Stephanie St., Suite B249, 89012


Contact:  Dr. John G. Peters, Jr, PhD

866-944-4723 Or Toll Free
drp1951@gmail.com
209 South Stephanie St., Suite B249
Henderson, Nevada 89012

Contact:  Dr. John G. Peters, Jr, PhD

866-944-4723
drp1951@gmail.com
A former police administrator of a medium-sized police department, former patrol officer, and past member of the United States Secret Service Defensive Tactics Advisory Panel, Dr. Peters, has over 30 years of case consulting in matters where excessive force, handcuffing and restraint, arrest-related and sudden in-custody death, suicide, positional asphyxia, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, policy and procedures, electronic control weapons, statistical analysis, racial profiling, training, competency-based testing to determine knowledge and/or skill competencies, and lesson plan design were issues. An Americans for Effective Law Enforcement Certified Litigation Specialist® in police, corrections, and campus law enforcement, Dr. Peters has testified in state, federal, and international (Hong Kong) courts. Dr. Peters has also trained thousands of law enforcement officers. The author of more than 250 articles and several textbooks, Dr. Peters also has an extensive background in defensive tactics, batons, handcuffing, impact tools, and restraint equipment. He has conducted primary research on sexual harassment in law enforcement settings, public safety lesson plans; competency-based testing; and The WRAP restraint. His texts include: Realistic Defensive Tactics; Tactical Handcuffing for Chain- and Hinged-Style handcuffs; Official Kubotan® Techniques; and Defensive Tactics with Flashlights. Dr. Peters has written and/or produced more than 30 informational videos about law enforcement subjects, and has served as instructional designer on several law enforcement training programs about breathing difficulties, which included agonal breathing, and wheelchair management.
Information:  
Corrections,  Law Enforcement,  Sexual Harassment,  Suicide,  Use of Excessive Force, 


A former police administrator of a medium-sized police department, former patrol officer, and past member of the United States Secret Service Defensive Tactics Advisory Panel, Dr. Peters, has over 30 years of case consulting in matters where excessive force, handcuffing and restraint, arrest-related and sudden in-custody death, suicide, positional asphyxia, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, policy and procedures, electronic control weapons, statistical analysis, racial profiling, training, competency-based testing to determine knowledge and/or skill competencies, and lesson plan design were issues. An Americans for Effective Law Enforcement Certified Litigation Specialist® in police, corrections, and campus law enforcement, Dr. Peters has testified in state, federal, and international (Hong Kong) courts. Dr. Peters has also trained thousands of law enforcement officers. The author of more than 250 articles and several textbooks, Dr. Peters also has an extensive background in defensive tactics, batons, handcuffing, impact tools, and restraint equipment. He has conducted primary research on sexual harassment in law enforcement settings, public safety lesson plans; competency-based testing; and The WRAP restraint. His texts include: Realistic Defensive Tactics; Tactical Handcuffing for Chain- and Hinged-Style handcuffs; Official Kubotan® Techniques; and Defensive Tactics with Flashlights. Dr. Peters has written and/or produced more than 30 informational videos about law enforcement subjects, and has served as instructional designer on several law enforcement training programs about breathing difficulties, which included agonal breathing, and wheelchair management.