If a person is injured at a hotel, and there is a claim for a structural defect i.e. a cupboard door fell on his or her head, and the judge has required a forensic engineer to check to see if the board can fall and cause and injury, what is to prevent the defendant from ensuring that the cupboard is fail proof prior to the site inspection? Simply, how can a forensic engineer prevent evidence tampering? The likely hood that the cupboard will be able to reenact the event that took place is rare, is it not?
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