CONTACT INFO:

ronaldscott@azballistics.com  
623-764-6371

Keywords:  Firearms Expert, Ballistics Expert, Shooting Reconstruction Expert, Police Shooting Expert, Officer Involved Shooting Expert, Firearms Safety Expert, Hunting Safety Expert, Crime Scene Expert, Trajectory Analysis Expert, Tool Mark Expert, Microscopy Expert, Shooting Incident Reconstruction Expert, Firearms Design Expert, Firearms Catastrophic Failure Expert, Machine Gun Expert, Improvised Firearms Expert, Gunshot Wounds Expert, Gunshot Distance Expert, Discharged Cartridge Case Pattern Expert, High Velocity Blood Spatter Expert, Gunshot Acoustics Expert, Ammunition Velocity Expert, Gunshot Kinetic Energy Expert.

Ronald R. Scott, M.A., M.S.

Forensic Consultant

ronaldscott@azballistics.com       (623) 764-6371


Shooting Reconstruction, Police Shootings, Ballistics, Firearms
  • Police Shooting Reconstruction & Investigation.
  • Crime Scene Review.
  • Gunshot Wounds
  • Gunshot Distance Determination.
  • Firearms Safety.
  • Hunting Safety
  • Homicide.
  • Suicide.
  • Firing Range Safety & Procedures.
  • Holster Retention Level Issues.
  • Sympathetic Discharge.
  • Catastrophic Failure of a Firearm or Ammunition.
  • Firearms Examination and Testing.




*Shooting dynamics analyzes aspects of time, speed and motion in a shooting incident. Some factors are how many shots are fired within a known elapsed time, movement of the shooter relative to projectile trajectory or wounds, the location of discharged cartridge cases and other evidence, speed of vehicle, etc.  The results of shooting dynamics evaluation may provide scientific support toward proving or disproving a version of events put forth by the shooter, witnesses, or the victim of a shooting.

Exemplar Report on a Motion for Post-Conviction Relief (this is posted on the law office website of an Appellate Attorney):

http://www.ehrlichfirm.com/jennings/Ray-Jennings-Expert-Ballistics-Report-RonaldRScott.pdf

  • Shooting Incident Dynamics* (Time, Speed & Motion).
  • Trajectory Analysis.
  • Tool Mark Comparison Microscopy.
  • Daubert Consultation.
  • Accidental and Unintentional Discharge.
  • Firearms Design
  • Discharged Cartridge Case Ejection Pattern.
  • Shooter Location Analysis.
  • Ballistics Calculations (Drop, Path, Parabolic Trajectory, Maximum Range, etc.)
  • Theory of Identification Relating to Tool Marks.
  • Discharge of a Firearm During a Struggle.
  • Reaction Time.