Brian Hill Bio/Background
The law says that you can be qualified by various methods. Most people think that, for example, you have to be a doctor, or an accountant or something like that. But the law says that you can be qualified if you have the education, training, or experience. And it’s in the alternative, so that any one of the three is sufficient. So you can be a doctor and be qualified to testify about medical issues, you can be an accountant and testify about financial issues, you also could be a car mechanic to talk about mechanical auto issues. Even though the car mechanic doesn’t have further education, his experience would qualify him to be an expert. And there are hundreds of different fields of expertise which people could be an expert in. (SEAK)
Brian Hill is an expert witness and/or consultant in matters pertaining to firearms training, Mixed Martial Arts, use of force and self-defense.
Brian Hill is a Law of Self Defense honors Graduate and has graduated from Force Science Institute and holds a Force Science Analyst Certification. This designation attests that the holder has been trained to recognize and articulate important psychological, biological, and physiological factors that can influence human behavior and memory in force encounters and pursuit situations. Like persons trained in accident reconstruction, blood-spatter analysis, and other science-based disciplines, investigators certified in Force Science Analysis will be able to apply their grasp of human dynamics to interpret how and why a force confrontation evolved as it did. Students will also know how to mine the memories of those involved for relevant recollections. This information can be vital to authorities who ultimately must judge the encounter, such as administrators, internal affairs, chiefs, review board members, prosecutors, judges, and jurors.
Brian Hill is a public speaker that has the ability to articulate his opinions, he is able to speak well and go to court when necessary. Brian is able to write well in terms of writing up a report and is very good at analyzing information. He is able to look through a wide range of information and see what is legitimate and what isn’t, and formulate an opinion and be prepared to express his opinion in writing – and in court, if necessary. If Mr. Hill has to appear in court, he understands that each person on the jury may bring their own experiences, but when you put twelve people together they’re pretty smart, and it would be his job to distill the information that he spent the last 30 years learning into a half an hour or an hour, and be able to explain it in a fashion that can be understood. Brian does not fear confrontation, he likes to simplify complex situations and is committed to the excellence of doing a good and thorough job.
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Mr. Hill prefers to stay local to Georgia but is not against opening the lines of communication to involve our neighboring States.
Please contact Shelley Hill or Brian Hill with any questions you may have and thank you for your consideration.