Forensic science evidence and the conditions for rational (jury) evaluation.

AuthorEdmond, Gary
PositionIII. Enlightenment 'Experts': Contrasting Legal Practices B. The Limits of Trial Safeguards in Response to Forensic Science and Medicine Evidence through V. Irrationality, Agnoticism and Post-Enlightenment Judging, with footnotes, p. 104-127
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