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Published: 21 January 2016

288 Pages

246x171mm

ISBN: 9780198746348


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A new practitioner law publication

Chapter 1

Expert Evidence and Criminal Jury Trials

Ian Freckelton QC, Jane Goodman-Delahunty, Jacqueline Horan, and Blake McKimmie

  • Synthesises unique and unprecedented empirical data from the courtroom with rigorous analysis to provide a critical perspective on expert evidence processes in common law jurisdictions
  • Offers broad psychological insights into how different kinds of evidence are received and comprehended by juries
  • Discusses the challenges presented by modern technologies used in expert evidence e.g. DNA analysis, computer evidence in fraud trials, facial and body-mapping, lip reading, gait analysis, shoe impression evidence, and criminal profiling

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