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Psychologists and social scientists must begin to evaluate the effects of the jury selection methods they employ. These methods include a preference for attorney questioning of individual, sequestered venirepersons. This study examines the effects of four types of voir dire on sustained...
It would seem that the American judiciary have traditionally viewed knowledge of variables affecting eyewitness behavior as a part of common understanding. The presumption would then be that there is a body of knowledge in this regard that is indeed shared and that this shared understanding...
Family courts are increasingly accepted as alternatives to juvenile courts. Arguments for the establishment of these courts rests on the assumption that a consolidated jurisdiction looking beyond any particular offense to the best interests of a family can better coordinate services and devise...
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