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Author Robertson, Bernard, author

Title Interpreting evidence : evaluating forensic science in the courtroom / by Bernard Robertson, G.A. Vignaux, Charles E.H. Berger
Edition Second edition
Published Chichester, West Sussex, UK ; Hoboken : Wiley, 2016
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Contents Interpreting scientific evidence -- The alternative hypothesis -- What questions can the expert deal with? -- Explaining the strength of evidence -- The case as a whole -- Forensic science methodology -- Assigning likelihood ratios -- Errors of thinking -- Frequentist statistics and database matching -- Implications for the legal system
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Criminal Law -- methods.
Forensic Sciences.
Judicial Role.
Evidence, Criminal.
Evidence, Expert.
Forensic sciences.
Criminal Law -- methods.
Forensic Sciences.
Judicial Role.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2016013005
ISBN 1118492439 (cloth)
1118492455 (epub)
1118492463 (pdf)
111849248X (paperback)
9781118492437 (cloth)
9781118492451 (epub)
9781118492468 (pdf)
9781118492482 (paperback)