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by David L. Faigman,Michael J. Saks,Joseph Sanders,David H. Kaye

Author: David L. Faigman,Michael J. Saks,Joseph Sanders,David H. Kaye
Language: English
Publisher: West Publishing Company; 1st edition (1997)
Pages: 1897 pages
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David H. Kaye (Author), Michael J. Saks (Author), Joseph Sanders (Author) & 1 more. The first four chapters are devoted to general topics of law or science and serve to introduce issues or subjects that recur throughout

David H. The first four chapters are devoted to general topics of law or science and serve to introduce issues or subjects that recur throughout. The remaining chapters are devoted to specific kinds of scientific evidence. Each such chapter is divided into two sections.

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Modern scientific evidence: The law and science of expert testimony. DL Faigman, DH Kaye, MJ Saks, J Sanders. The Laws of Probability and the Law of the Land. The limits of the preponderance of the evidence standard: Justifiably naked statistical evidence and multiple causation. JL Mnookin, SA Cole, IE Dror, BAJ Fisher. UCLA L. Rev. 58, 725, 2010. The law's scientific revolution: Reflections and ruminations on the law's use of experts in year seven of the revolution. amp; Lee L. 57, 661, 2000. To have and have not: Assessing the value of social science to the law as science and policy. EmoRy lJ 38, 1005, 1989. Failed forensics: How forensic science lost its way and how it might yet find it. MJ Saks, DL Faigman.

Michael Saks, David L. Faigman. While much of science is concerned with the effects of causes (EoC), relying upon evidence accumulated from randomize. More). 2. View via Publisher. A group of nonscience forensic sciences has developed over the past century. These are fields within the broader forensic sciences that have little or no basis in actual science. Modern scientific evidence : the law and science of expert testimony. Edward K. Cheng, David L. Faigman, Michael Saks, Joseph Sanders.

Kaye, David H. and Faigman, David L. and Saks, Michael J. and Sanders, Joseph, How Good is Good Enough? . and Sanders, Joseph, How Good is Good Enough?: Expert Evidence Under Daubert and Kuhmo (2000). com/abstract 2744773.

View David L. Faigman's expert profile. Contact David L. Faigman for media, speaking opportunities and more at expertfile. The treatise has been cited widely by courts, including several times by the . Law and Human Behavior 9 (1), 37-48, 1985. The CSI effect: Popular fiction about forensic science affects the public's expectations about real forensic science. NJ Schweitzer, MJ Saks. Jurimetrics 47, 357, 2006. Exorcism of ignorance as a proxy for rational knowledge: the lessons of handwriting identification expertise. DM Risinger, MP Denbeaux, MJ Saks. U. Pa. L. 137, 731, 1988.

LAW AND SCIENCE OF EXPERT TESTIMONY § 2 (David Faigman, David Kaye, Michael Saks & Joseph . The incidence of forensic science error appears to be second only to the incidence of errors caused by eyewitness error.

LAW AND SCIENCE OF EXPERT TESTIMONY § 2 (David Faigman, David Kaye, Michael Saks & Joseph Sanders ed. 2d ed. 2002). Published by [email protected], 2001. Table 2. Factors Leading to Wrongful Conviction 14 % of cases occurring in. Eyewitness errors Forensic science errors Police Misconduct Prosecutorial misconduct Poor lawyering by defense counsel False confessions False information from informants False witness testimony. 71 63 44 40 28 19 17 17.

This book provides an overview of the law into which the science must be integrated. Second, in separate chapters as well as in the topic-specific chapters, it emphasizes the methodological principles and reasoning that underlie various types of scientific evidence. Third, the topic-specific chapters provide a summary of the state of the art of the scientific field under consideration. The first four chapters are devoted to general topics of law or science and serve to introduce issues or subjects that recur throughout. The remaining chapters are devoted to specific kinds of scientific evidence. Each such chapter is divided into two sections. The first section, written in most cases by the editors, discusses the legal relevance of the scientific evidence and outlines the legal framework in which the science is situated. The second section of the topic-specific chapters concerns the state of the science underlying the expert testimony.