Juror Expectations for Scientific Evidence in Criminal Cases: Perceptions and Reality About the "CSI Effect" Myth Hon. Donald E. Shelton
Dealing with Supposed Jury Preconceptions About the Significance of the Lack of Evidence: The Difference Between the Perspective of the Policymaker and That of the Advocate Edward J. Imwinkelried
Lawyered Up: A Book Review Essay Charles N. W. Keckler
Deciphering Two Related Concepts: No-Fault PIP Causation Law and the Decision in Griffith v. State Farm George T. Sinas & Stephen H. Sinas
The Aftermath of Melendez: Highlighting the Need for Accreditation-Based Rules of Admissibility for Forensic Evidence Beth A. Riffe
United States Fidelity Insurance & Guaranty Company, a foreign corporation, v. Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association, a non-profit Catastrophic Claims Association George T. Sinas, Liisa R. Speaker, & Steven A. Hicks
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