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 how different kinds of evidence are received and . Expert evidence and criminal jury trials freckelton ian goodman delahunty jane horan jacqueline mckimmie blake 9780198746348 books amazonca. With expert evidence used more and more often in criminal jury cases evaluation of its admissibility and presentation is being increasingly thrust into the spotlight however jury room secrecy has long prevented a rigorous analysis of its complexities expert evidence and criminal jury trials draws on an unprecedented study carried out in commonwealth jurisdictions which have recently . The use of expert evidence in criminal cases requires a degree of caution while expert evidence tendered by either the crown or the defence can be a powerful tool to prove guilt or innocence there is also an inherent danger that the trier of fact will place an overemphasis on the evidence in criminal jury cases there is a division between the finder of fact and law the role of the jury
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