HOMEEmily Fallis, Ph.D.James R. Womack, Ph.D.  
  Providing Competent Psychological Evaluations

Dr. Emily Fallis and Dr. Jim Womack are pleased to provide you high caliber services as both expert witnesses and psychological consultants in various forensic contexts.  Whether you want a psychological expert in a criminal case or a consultant in a civil matter, you will have the benefit of more than 40 years of combined experience.  Our broad experience and professional seasoning mean your particular needs can be met even in a unique situation.

Emily Fallis, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist

After almost 14 years as a forensic examiner for the federal courts, I began private practice in 2003. I have performed many 100’s of forensic evaluations and testified numerous times in federal and state courts.  My experience includes death penalty cases, insanity cases, and sex offender cases.  I also have evaluated various competencies, diminished capacity, risk of violence, and civil issues (including licensing board evaluations for health professionals).  I am available for consultation and for presentations to professional groups.

Jim Womack, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist

After over 20 years of experience in the Federal Bureau Prisons, I began private practice in 2005.  My experience includes countless criminal and civil evaluations, as well as expert testimony in federal and  state courts across the country.  I am qualified to evaluate insanity, diminished capacity, mitigation in capital cases, and various competencies, such as competence to waive Miranda rights.  Judges and attorneys have sought my services as a presenter and consultant.

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