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Badly Fragmented: When Courts and Science Clash (English)


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2010 Forensic Science Education Series Presented by The Newkirk Center for Science and Society and The UCI Center for Psychology and Law.

This series is designed to introduce legal professionals to new research in the social sciences that is relevant to issues that arise in criminal trials and the law of evidence.

"Badly Fragmented: When Courts and Science Clash"

A Panel Discussion Featuring:

Jennifer Mnookin, Professor, UCLA Law, Henry Weinstein, Professor, UCI Law, Simon Cole, Professor, Criminology, Law and Society, UCI, and William Thompson, Criminology, Law and Society, UCI

Recorded on Tuesday, October 19, 2010.


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