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Beneath the SURFACE: Asking the right questions at intake and diving deep into the medical records are essential for gathering evidence related to 'invisible' orthopedic and neurological injuries. Hickey, John H. May 1, 2021 2445
DETECTING MENS REA IN THE BRAIN. Jones, Owen D.; Montague, Read; Yaffe, Gideon Dec 1, 2020 13581
'COVID-19 recovery criteria based on scientific evidence, DOH asserts. Jul 31, 2020 842
Likelihood Ratios for Lawyers. Valerio, Raymond Jul 1, 2020 1920
TOWARD A MORE APPARENT APPROACH TO CONSIDERING THE ADMISSION OF EXPERT TESTIMONY. Schroeder, Thomas D. May 1, 2020 12013
FORENSIC SCIENCE EVIDENCE AND THE LIMITS OF CROSS-EXAMINATION. Edmond, Gary; Cunliffe, Emma; Martire, Kristy; San Roque, Mehera Apr 1, 2020 23380
THE BITE MARK DENTISTS AND THE COUNTERATTACK ON FORENSIC SCIENCE REFORM. Zalman, Marvin; Windell, James Editorial Mar 22, 2020 37939
POLICE AS EXPERTS IN THE DETECTION OF ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG INTOXICATION: A REVIEW OF THE SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE WITHIN THE AUSTRALIAN LEGAL CONTEXT. Monds, Lauren A.; Quilter, Julia; Golde, Celinevan; McNamara, Luke Dec 1, 2019 9968
Miss-Conceptions: Abortifacients, Regulatory Failure, and Political Opportunity. Frank, Rachel Oct 1, 2019 18517
Navigating Florida's Changing Daubert Tide in Business Cases. Sadowski, Erica L.; Perrone, Jennifer; Konopka, Scott W.; Weiss, Gregory S. Sep 1, 2019 4421
CONFRONTING THE TWENTY-FIRST-CENTURY MARIAN EXAMINATION. McLane, Lauren Mar 22, 2019 36591
Judge kicks verdict over disputed scientific evidence. Feb 25, 2019 622
'Do the fair thing'. Vieth, Peter Jan 28, 2019 693
FORENSIC BITEMARK IDENTIFICATION EVIDENCE IN CANADA. Chin, Jason M.; White, D'arcy Jan 1, 2019 17719
CABINING JUDICIAL DISCRETION OVER FORENSIC EVIDENCE WITH A NEW SPECIAL RELEVANCE RULE. Shoucair, Emma F.E. Oct 1, 2018 10899
"WHETHER OR NOT SPECIAL EXPERTISE IS NEEDED": ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM, THE SUPREME COURT, AND THE LEGITIMACY OF LAW. Kammer, Sean M. Jun 22, 2018 28700
Drug recognition evidence reliable. Hamacher, Heath May 3, 2018 1076
FORENSIC SCIENCE: DAUBERT'S FAILURE. Giannelli, Paul C. Mar 22, 2018 31981
SNAKE OIL WITH A BITE: THE LETHAL VENEER OF SCIENCE AND TEXAS' DEATH PENALTY. Acker, James R. Mar 22, 2018 27188
THE BEST INSURANCE AGAINST MISCARRIAGES OF JUSTICE CAUSED BY JUNK SCIENCE: AN ADMISSIBILITY TEST THAT IS SCIENTIFICALLY AND LEGALLY SOUND. Imwinkelried, Edward J. Mar 22, 2018 10849
FORENSIC EVIDENCE IN WRONGFUL CONVICTION CASES: FROM BEING A RIGHT-HAND MAN TO BECOMING A SNAKE IN THE GRASS. Zakirova, Irina Mar 22, 2018 8036
IT'S NOT A MATCH: WHY THE LAW CAN'T LET GO OF JUNK SCIENCE. Kaplan, Aliza B.; Puracal, Janis C. Mar 22, 2018 17350
PICKING AND CHOOSING: INCONSISTENT USE OF NEUROSCIENTIFIC LEGAL EVIDENCE. Avery, Joseph J. Mar 22, 2018 15131
EXAMINING THE ROLE OF SCIENCE IN THE COURTROOM: ADMISSIBILITY AND RELIABILITY OF FORENSIC SCIENCE IN THE COURTROOM. Hamirani, Maryam; Dror, Itiel E.; Morgan, Ruth M. Mar 22, 2018 8549
Wrongfully convicted may be getting legal fix. Chaney, Matthew Feb 20, 2018 539
FIBROMYALGIA DUE TO PHYSICAL TRAUMA: FACT OR FICTION? Hodge, Samuel D., Jr.; Hubbard, Jack E. Jan 1, 2018 20724
R v Bingley and the Importance of Scientifically Guided Legal Analysis. Chin, Jason M.; Likwornik, Helena Sep 22, 2017 8430
ICARUS AND THE EVIDENCE ACT: SECTION 137, PROBATIVE VALUE AND TAKING FORENSIC SCIENCE EVIDENCE 'AT ITS HIGHEST'. Edmond, Gary Aug 1, 2017 20003
Let them Frye: Frye hearings for determination of "mental disorders" in the Sexually Violent Persons Act. Henkel, Hannah Jun 22, 2017 14440
Forensic Science is a mess, and the justice department wants to keep it that way. Ciaramella, C.J. Jan 1, 2017 441
The discretionary function: license to kill? The Federal Tort Claims Act and Hurricane Katrina: implications of the Robinson/MRGO decisions; can the king do no wrong? Daley, Janet Louise; Duval, Stanwood Richardson Jun 22, 2016 15220
Come and "take" it: whooping cranes, Texas water rights, Endangered Species Act liability, and reconciling ecological scientific testimony within the context of proximate causation. Miller, Brett A. Author abstract Jun 22, 2016 6094
Come and "take" it: whooping cranes, Texas water rights, Endangered Species Act liability, and reconciling ecological scientific testimony within the context of proximate causation. Miller, Brett A. Jun 22, 2016 13340
Empirical analysis and the fate of capital punishment. Donohue, John J. Mar 22, 2016 22848
Defending Daubert: it's time to amend Federal Rule of Evidence 702. Bernstein, David E.; Lasker, Eric G. Oct 1, 2015 18480
The constitutional importance of conforming to accepted professional practice in adjudicating claims of intellectual disability in capital cases: a comment on Hall v. Florida. Bonnie, Richard J. Jul 1, 2015 2205
On evidence: proving Frye as a matter of law, science, and history. Lepore, Jill Jan 1, 2015 7484
On evidence: proving Frye as a matter of law, science, and history. Lepore, Jill Jan 1, 2015 21660
Wrongful convictions: determining culpability when the sand keeps shifting. Macfarlane, Bruce A. Jul 1, 2014 10283
Wrongful convictions: determining culpability when the sand keeps shifting. Macfarlane, Bruce A. Jul 1, 2014 18238
Realizing reliability in forensic science from the ground up. Gabel, Jessica D. Mar 22, 2014 9989
Realizing reliability in forensic science from the ground up. Gabel, Jessica D. Mar 22, 2014 20021
Weighing the admissibility of fMRI technology under FRE 403: for the law, fMRI changes everything - and nothing. Amirian, Justin Dec 1, 2013 5395
Weighing the admissibility of fMRI technology under FRE 403: for the law, fMRI changes everything--and nothing. Amirian, Justin Dec 1, 2013 19626
A fair trial: when the Constitution requires attorneys to investigate their clients' brains. Koenig, Ellen G. Nov 1, 2013 18968
U.S. Supreme Court decisions and sex offender legislation: evidence of evidence-based policy? Mancini, Christina; Mears, Daniel P. Sep 22, 2013 17534
Mothers who kill: the forensic use and judicial reception of evidence of postnatal depression and other psychiatric disorders in Australian filicide cases. Bartels, Lorana; Easteal, Patricia Aug 1, 2013 17230
Disillusioning the prosecution: the unfulfilled promise of syndrome evidence. Gupta, Nina Jun 22, 2013 9120
Suboptimal social science and judicial precedent. Grunwald, Ben K. Apr 1, 2013 16621
Neuroscience, mental privacy, and the law. Shen, Francis X. Mar 22, 2013 5714
Neuroscience, mental privacy, and the law. Shen, Francis X. Mar 22, 2013 18417
The emerging battlefield: should the use of a nonmonotonic, non-threshold dose-response curve for alleged endocrine-disrupting chemicals survive a Daubert/Frye challenge? Surprenant, Mark C.; Surprenant, Diana Cole Jan 1, 2013 6909
Firearm microstamp technology: failing Daubert and Federal Rules of Evidence 702. Kenney, Dorothy Sep 22, 2012 9503
A tale of two sciences. Murphy, Erin Apr 1, 2012 9834
Manning the Daubert gate: a defense primer in response to Milward v. Acuity Specialty Products. Lasker, Eric Apr 1, 2012 5768
Neuroscience in the courtroom: an international concern. Church, Dominique J. Apr 1, 2012 11666
The misuse of abuse: restricting evidence of battered child syndrome. Nelson, Kip D. Jan 1, 2012 11427
Looking backward to move forward with your defense: using history to overcome jurors' misunderstandings about science. Parker, Bruce R.; Gray, David S. Oct 1, 2011 10834
Mastering the evidence: improving fact finding by international courts. Payne, Cymie Sep 22, 2011 15676
Cherry-picking memories: why neuroimaging-based lie detection requires a new framework for the admissibility of scientific evidence under FRE 702 and Daubert. Law, J.R.H. Sep 22, 2011 26773
Science, law, and truth: defining the scope of the Daubert trilogy. Dillhoff, Megan Jul 1, 2011 12550
Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts: testing the adaptation of the Confrontation Clause to neutral analysts and developing technology. Huss, Stacy R. Jun 22, 2011 21327
What to do with Daubert: how to bring standards of reliable scientific evidence to the national vaccine injury compensation program. Boxler, Brandon L. Mar 1, 2011 21026
Putting the "hearing" in public hearings: a lawyer's testimony in the Supreme Court committee hearing on the new evidence rules produces results. Dec 1, 2010 793
Acculturating forensic science: what is 'scientific culture', and how can forensic science adopt it? Cole, Simon A. Dec 1, 2010 16479
Some forensic aspects of ballistic imaging. Cork, Daniel L.; Nair, Vijayan N.; Rolph, John E. Dec 1, 2010 9884
Forensic science: why no research? Giannelli, Paul C. Dec 1, 2010 7229
Whose fault? - Daubert, the NAS report, and the notion of error in forensic science. Risinger, D. Michael Dec 1, 2010 14200
"Utterly ineffective": do courts have a role in improving the quality of forensic expert testimony? Sanders, Joseph Dec 1, 2010 11005
What are the policy implications of use of epidemiological evidence in mass torts and public health litigation? Ogolla, Christopher Sep 22, 2010 12416
Supreme Court: HGN testing is good evidence, but not in this case: in People v. McKown, the high court rules that HGN tests meet the Frye standard - if they're administered properly. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Apr 1, 2010 845
Where and how to draw the line between reasonable corporal punishment and abuse. Coleman, Doriane Lambelet; Dodge, Kenneth A.; Campbell, Sarah Keeton Mar 22, 2010 33847
The possibility of "inference causation": inferring cause-in-fact and the nature of legal fact-finding. Brown, Russell Mar 1, 2010 20476
The impact of Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts on admissibility of forensic test results at courts-martial. Froehlich, Daniel M. Feb 1, 2010 14476
Flipping Daubert: putting climate change defendants in the hot seat. Hackney, Ryan Jan 1, 2010 22462
Absolute truth or deus ex machina? The legal and philosophical ramifications of guilt-assessment technology. Stronge, Aaron M. Jan 1, 2010 10466
The next innocence project: shaken baby syndrome and the criminal courts. Tuerkheimer, Deborah Nov 1, 2009 30199
The trouble with PFOA: testing, regulation and science concerning perfluorooctanoic acid and implications for future litigation. Berger, Bruce J. Oct 1, 2009 6698
Reinventing discovery: patent law's characterizations of and interventions upon science. Simon, Ariel Jun 1, 2009 24866
Investigating the 'CSI effect' effect: media and litigation crisis in criminal law. Cole, Simon A.; Dioso-Villa, Rachel Apr 1, 2009 17427
Scientific evidence about grief in Illinois wrongful death cases. Reuland, Timothy J.; Murphy, Shirley A. Mar 1, 2009 3645
Irreconcilable differences? The troubled marriage of science and law. Haack, Susan Jan 1, 2009 12715
Essay: conventions in science and in the courts: images and realities. Ravetz, Jerome R. Jan 1, 2009 7921
The arts of persuasion in science and law: conflicting norms in the courtroom. Kritzer, Herbert M. Jan 1, 2009 11686
Science, law, and the expert witness. Sanders, Joseph Jan 1, 2009 15645
How does science come to speak in the courts? Citations, intertexts, expert witnesses, consequential facts, and reasoning. Bazerman, Charles Jan 1, 2009 14598
How much evidence is enough? Conventions of causal inference. Kriebel, David Jan 1, 2009 7296
Merton and the hot tub: scientific conventions and expert evidence in Australian civil procedure. Edmond, Gary Jan 1, 2009 14940
On treatability: considerations of treatment in the context of newborn screening. Natowicz, Marvin R.; Zuckerman, Shlomit Jan 1, 2009 4041
Criminal law - inconclusive DNA test results admitted as relevant evidence despite absence of random match probability analysis - Commonwealth v. Mattei. O'Malley, Ryan Patrick Jan 1, 2009 7923
Dimond, not Daubert: reviving the discretionary standard of expert admission in Alaska. Henrikson, Gregory R. Dec 1, 2008 11292
When searching for the evidence, stop using Wikipedia! Lacovara, Jane E. Jun 1, 2008 575
The test results said what? The post-Crawford admissibility of hearsay forensic evidence. Burke, Thomas F., III Mar 22, 2008 19279
Virginia Supreme Court rules insufficient foundation provided by Commonwealth to permit plethysmograph testing conducted as part of psychosexual evaluation to be admitted into evidence at sentencing hearing. Hafemeister, Thomas L. Jan 1, 2008 979
Analysis of bank dye evidence and the challenges of Daubert hearings. Reynolds, Pamela C. Jan 1, 2008 1846
Fryeing the HGN test: the Illinois Supreme Court rules that a Frye hearing must be held to decide whether the horizontal gaze nystagmus test reliably indicates alcohol impairment. Gunnarsson, Helen W. Nov 1, 2007 1136
The CSI effect: legitimate concern or popular myth? Guthrie, Catherine M. Jul 1, 2007 2874
Daubert hearing is not a 'search for truth' Michigan court rules. Heylman, Susan Apr 1, 2007 542
Independent judicial research in the Daubert age. Cheng, Edward K. Mar 1, 2007 23227
Flexible standards, deferential review: Daubert's legacy of confusion. Welch, Cassandra H. Jun 22, 2006 8036
Confronting experts whose opinions are neither supported nor directly contradicted by scientific literature. Kodsi, Neil D. Jun 1, 2006 4316
Viewing CSI and the threshold of guilt: managing truth and justice in reality and fiction. Tyler, Tom R. Mar 1, 2006 14772
Uncertainty and informed choice: unmasking Daubert. Berger, Margaret A.; Twerski, Aaron D. Nov 1, 2005 18904
More than zero: accounting for error in latent fingerprint identification. Cole, Simon A. Mar 22, 2005 38443
Standing and global warming: is injury to all injury to none? Mank, Bradford Jan 1, 2005 45991
The decline of the juvenile death penalty: scientific evidence of evolving norms. Fagan, Jeffrey; West, Valerie Jan 1, 2005 26629
North Carolina is not Daubert territory, state high court holds. Moen, Christian Harlan Oct 1, 2004 883
Focus on science, not checklists; lawyers must avoid efforts to force science to conform to the Daubert admissibility formula. Instead, they should focus on how scientists actually do their work. Black, Bert Dec 1, 2003 4852
"Regulatory Daubert": a proposal to enhance judicial review of agency science by incorporating Daubert principles into administrative law. Raul, Alan Charles; Dwyer, Julie Zampa Sep 22, 2003 18928
On the prospect of "Daubertizing" judicial review of risk assessment. McGarity, Thomas O. Sep 22, 2003 37941
Learn the science in your cases: something has gone wrong with Daubert. To fix it, courts must first acknowledge that science cannot be defined simply. Black, Bert Sep 1, 2003 4387
Using medical literature on direct examination to win the "battle of the experts". Badgley, Jeffrey S. May 1, 2003 4005
Sniper Attacks Investigation. Jan 1, 2003 1032
Introduction to Laboratory sections. Jan 1, 2003 267
Forensic science support section. Jan 1, 2003 1014
Toxicogenomics: new chapter in causation and exposure in toxic tort litigation: this new science has the potential to identify biological clues to disease, and both plaintiffs and defendants will strive to use it to their advantages. Childs, John C. Oct 1, 2002 3561
A healer or an executioner? The proper role of a psychiatrist in a criminal justice system. Dolin, Gregory Jun 22, 2002 24743
What is an environmental expert? The impact of Daubert, Joiner and Kumho Tire on the admissibility of scientific expert evidence. Gagen, Andrew B. Dec 22, 2001 20826
Statistics, not experts. Meadow, William; Sunstein, Cass R. Nov 1, 2001 8001
Scientific ignorance and reliable patterns of evidence in toxic tort causation: is there a need for liability reform? Cranor, Carl F.; Eastmond, David A. Sep 22, 2001 24620
The admissibility of differential diagnosis testimony to prove causation in toxic tort cases: the interplay of adjective and substantive law. Sanders, Joseph; Machal-Fulks, Julie Sep 22, 2001 18340
Assessing causation in breast implant litigation: the role of science panels. Hooper, Laural L.; Cecil, Joe S.; Willging, Thomas E. Sep 22, 2001 25990
Of cherries, fudge, and onions: science and its courtroom perversion. Peterson, David W.; Conley, John M. Sep 22, 2001 14680
Undisclosed industry ties of scientific authors undercut credibility. Hellwege, Jean Jul 1, 2001 880
Expert testimony after Daubert ... Kozinski, Alex Jul 1, 2001 2062
Scientific misconceptions among Daubert gatekeepers: the need for reform of expert review procedures. Beyea, Jan; Berger, Daniel Mar 22, 2001 26320
When can science go to court? Wivell, Martha K. Mar 1, 2001 5097
HANS IN LUCK: THE CURRENCY OF EVIDENCE IN PARAPSYCHOLOGY. LUCADOU, WALTER V. Statistical Data Included Mar 1, 2001 5689
The importance of reliable measurement: the whole-time concept and admissibility of testimony under Daubert standards. Caragonne, Penelope Jan 1, 2001 6729
Use of human epidemiology studies in proving causation. See, Andrew Oct 1, 2000 6327
Science and the Law. Kennedy, Donald; MERRILL, RICHARD A. Jun 22, 2000 1302
Science in the Courtroom. Breyer, Stephen G. Jun 22, 2000 2911
Expert Testimony: The Supreme Court's Rules. BERGER, MARGARET A. Jun 22, 2000 4425
Myths about `neutral' scientific experts. Miltenberg, Ned Jan 1, 2000 4277
The Benefits of Scent Evidence. Hunt, Robert Nov 1, 1999 1704
Daubert, doctors and differential diagnosis: treating medical causation testimony as evidence. Kent, Michael B., Jr. Oct 1, 1999 7638
Use of forensic economists in commercial litigation: a defense perspective. Day, Samuel A. Oct 1, 1999 5412
Firearms identification - "ballistics". Inbau, Fred E. Reprint Jun 22, 1999 9846
Third Circuit favors flexibility in reviewing scientific evidence. Reichert, Jennifer L. Jun 1, 1999 826
Conflicts of interest in scientific expert testimony. Patterson, Mark R. Apr 1, 1999 32680
Daubert principles apply beyond "scientific" experts. Apr 1, 1999 491
Bad science beats good in bad carpet case. Apr 1, 1999 346
Debunking junk science: techniques for effective use of biostatistics. Parker, Bruce R.; Vittoria, Anthony F. Jan 1, 1999 14850
Clinical Jazz: Harmonizing Clinical Experience and Evidence-Based Medicine. Shaughnessy, Allen F.; Slawson, David C.; Becker, Lorne Dec 1, 1998 2629
Closing the door on junk science. Preuss, Charles F. Jul 1, 1998 842
Effective strategies for closing the door on junk science experts. Parker, Bruce R. Jul 1, 1998 8727
Courting reliable science: judges seek to improve use of scientific experts in trials. Monastersky, Richard Cover Story Apr 18, 1998 2310
Numbers can confuse jurors. Wu, Corinna Brief Article Feb 28, 1998 239
High court gives wide berth to trial courts deciding scientific evidence. Brienza, Julie Feb 1, 1998 475
Understanding epidemiology and its use in drug and medical device litigation. Parker, Bruce R. Jan 1, 1998 15629
Antitrust economics as science after Daubert. Weller, Charles D. Dec 22, 1997 19940
Deciphering Daubert. Hamilton, Patrick A. Nov 1, 1997 4136
Daubert, pain, evidence and inference in treating TMD. Moses, Allen J. Oct 1, 1997 1537
Proofs and pictures. Brown, James Robert Jun 1, 1997 7447
Junking 'junk science.' Buchan, Philip Mar 1, 1997 1036
Intoxicated automatism: legal concept vs. scientific evidence. Kalant, Harold Dec 22, 1996 5341
Assessing the fitness of novel scientific evidence in the post-Daubert era: pesticide exposure cases as a paradigm for determining admissibility. Mahaney, Erin K.L. Dec 22, 1996 12931
Federalist Society conference focuses on civil justice system. Hellwege, Jean Brief Article Nov 1, 1996 385
Admissibility of nonscientific expert testimony: should courts import the near miss doctrine? Imwinkelried, Edward J. Oct 1, 1996 3743
Multiple chemical sensibility in the courtroom: is there life after Daubert? Berkowitz, Wendi J. Oct 1, 1996 5559
The end of an ERA: junk science departs products liability. Riley, Suzanne E. Oct 1, 1996 5184
The Daubert decision: gatekeeper or executioner? Cohen, Larry E. Aug 1, 1996 2940
Pseudo-scientists at the gate: the new FJC manual will help. Gay, Terry Christovich Jul 1, 1996 4312
Toxicology made easy: what every trial advocate should know. Dukes, David E. Jul 1, 1996 4411
Immunology made easy: what every trial advocate should know. Parker, Bruce R. Jul 1, 1996 4349
DNA evidence allowed in post-death paternity suit. Brienza, Julie Brief Article Jan 1, 1996 484
Junk science. Moskkowitz, Ellen Jan 1, 1996 872
What price a free market in forensic science services? The organization and regulation of science in the criminal process. Roberts, Paul Jan 1, 1996 13708
Evidence-based and evidence-biased medicine. Evans, J. Grimley Column Nov 1, 1995 2010
'General acceptance' test for scientific evidence retained in California. Shoop, Julie Gannon Jan 1, 1995 496
Opposing experts proclaim end of DNA evidence debate. Sargeant, Georgia Jan 1, 1995 694
The relevance of "matching" DNA: is the window half open or half shut? Kaye, D.H. Jan 1, 1995 9996
Plaintiffs' bar wary as scientific evidence manual for judges nears release. Shoop, Julie Gannon Nov 1, 1994 525
Judges, behavioral scientists, and the demands of humanity. Burt, Robert A. Nov 1, 1994 7686
Daubert and junk science: have admissibility standards changed? Miller, Nancy A. Oct 1, 1994 11617
Scientific testimony after Daubert: some early returns from lower courts. Mack, Thomas J. Aug 1, 1994 5881
Plaintiff's evidence inadmissible under Daubert. Cordes, Renee Jan 1, 1994 505
Admissibility and reliability of expert scientific testimony after Daubert. Livingood, John A., Jr. Jan 1, 1994 5767
Federal standards for admissibility of expert evidence on causation. Slater, Angela D. Jan 1, 1994 5770
Standard of proof for increased risk of disease or injury. Wiechmann, Eric W. Jan 1, 1994 3296
What science is admissible in court? Brief Article Jul 24, 1993 427
Phantom risk: scientific inference and the law. Foster, Kenneth; Bernstein, David; Huber, Peter Cover Story Apr 1, 1993 3916
On novel confirmation. Kahn, James A.; LAndsburg, Steven E.; Stockman, Alan C. Dec 1, 1992 4938
DNA takes the stand. Weiss, Rick Jul 29, 1989 2162

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