Tag Archives: Jurors’ attitudes towards DNA evidence

Articles on legal information or decision making in new issue of Journal of Empirical Legal Studies

The new issue of Journal of Empirical Legal Studies (10(2), June 2013) includes several articles on legal information or decision making: Doug Williams: Do Racial Preferences Affect Minority Learning in Law Schools? Andreas Glöckner and Christoph Engel: Can We Trust … Continue reading

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Smith on Identifying and Measuring Juror Bias About Forensic Science Evidence

Lisa L. Smith, BSc., MSc., MFSSoc., of the University of Leicester School of Psychology presented a paper entitled Identifying and Measuring Juror Bias About Forensic Science Evidence, at Jury Research Symposium 2010, held 25-26 March 2010 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. … Continue reading

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Wheate on the Importance of DNA Evidence to Juries in Criminal Trials

Dr. Rhonda Wheate, of the Glasgow Caledonian University School of Law and Social Sciences, Department of Law, has published The Importance of DNA Evidence to Juries in Criminal Trials, 14 International Journal of Evidence and Proof 129-145 (no. 2) (2010). … Continue reading

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