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Jean Goodwin

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Appellate rulings contribute to policy deliberations on uses of and parameters for expert testimony. As courts perform gatekeeping and evaluative roles, opinions highlight investigative independence, calculations of probability, and consistency across studies. Even so, the elements from expert testimony most commonly extended into precedent stand out for their summative concision and figurative cogency.

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https://doi.org/10.31274/sciencecommunication-180809-63

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Jan 1st, 12:00 AM

Testimony Traces in Appellate Review: Expertise Extension in Cases of Domestic Abuse and Eyewitness Identification

Appellate rulings contribute to policy deliberations on uses of and parameters for expert testimony. As courts perform gatekeeping and evaluative roles, opinions highlight investigative independence, calculations of probability, and consistency across studies. Even so, the elements from expert testimony most commonly extended into precedent stand out for their summative concision and figurative cogency.

 

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