Monthly Archives: February 2011

So much for the “CSI effect”

A recent NPR story has publicized a study showing that juries do not hold unreasonable standards for evidence. This so-called “CSI effect” was believed to make juries skeptical of anything but the most high-tech, indisputable evidence, but it turns out … Continue reading

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