AELE Expert Witness/Litigation Consultant Listing
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Name: Dale K. Sechrest, D.Crim.
Current employment or professional affiliation (and how long):
Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, California State University since September, 1990.
Address: 5500 University Parkway, San Bernardino, CA 92407-2397
Phone: 909/880-5566 -- 909/798-1610 (home)
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Internet Website: (none)
(1) Relevant prior and parttime employment, with dates:
(2) Degrees and relevant special training:
(3) Other professional activities, etc.
(4) Retainer information:
(5) Names, addresses, and telephone
numbers of attorneys who may be contacted as references:
Mr. Mark T. Croley, Esq.
Croley & Steinberg, L.L.P.
Attorneys at Law
440 Louisiana, Suite 1880
Houston, Texas 77002
Mr. Brad Hall, Esq.
Gaddy and Hall
2025 San Pedro NE
Santa Fe, NM
Mr. Paul Schneider, Esq.
Risk Management Division
General Services Department
P.O. Drawer 26110
Santa Fe, NM Phone 505-827-2202
Mr. David Plotsky, Esq.
Attorney at Law
122 Girard Boulevard SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
(6) Publications that contain paid advertisements (since 1996):
Trial Magazine (ATLA)
The Legal Pages Listing (California)
(7) Usual and customary fee:
Fee summary: Retainer $1,600; Deposition-your
location, $1,600 per day; Deposition-my area, $ 800 for a minimum of 4
hours, $200 per hour thereafter; Deposition-telephone, $800 for a minimum
of 4 hours, $200 per hour thereafter; Trial, $1,600 per day and expenses;
All travel and expenses.
(8) AREAS OF EXPERTISE AND EXPERIENCE:
Note - Letter codes used in front of the subject
[ T ] Testified in court or at depositions on the subject;
[ R ] Retained as a consultant, but have not testified on the subject.
[ Q ] Qualified to testify or consult on the subject, but have not served as a paid consultant.
[ T ] national standards, policy and procedures for adult and juvenile
[ T ] staff training;
[ T ] prison and jail conditions;
[ T ] suicides in adult and juvenile facilities;
[ T ] prison and jail incidents involving force;
[ T ] juvenile & community corrections (halfway houses, probation);
[ T ] private facility operations;
[R] medical care.
(9) Types of cases you will not accept:
Law enforcement cases outside corrections, some types of medical cases.
(10) Other relevant information: