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The Psychology of evidence and trial procedure

The Psychology of evidence and trial procedure

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Published by Sage Publications in Beverly Hills, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Evidence (Law) -- United States.,
    • Forensic psychology.,
    • Procedure (Law) -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and indexes.

      Statementedited by Saul M. Kassin, Lawrence S. Wrightsman.
      ContributionsKassin, Saul M., Wrightsman, Lawrence S.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF8935 .P75 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination384 p. ;
      Number of Pages384
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3021513M
      ISBN 100803923791
      LC Control Number85001688

      Book Reviews Kassin, S. Note: Consumption of alcohol or loss of temper does not per se lead to the conclusion that accused was not in sound and sober senses. Kassin pioneered the scientific study of false confessions. Therefore, a formal admission under section immediately became conclusive of the fact covered thereby.

      With his doctoral degree he went on to begin his psychology and law research career working with Lawrence Wrightsman at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas, for one year and then taught at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, for two years before starting at Williams College and ultimately moving to John Jay. This is a question of State strategy: The murder is obviously the more serious offence. Investigating true 6 and false confessions within a novel experimental paradigm. Sometimes, in civil cases, one might be in danger of saying something that could lead subsequently to one's criminal prosecution.

      After a conviction, this came to notice of the Appellate Division, which set aside the conviction on the basis of gross irregularity. Yet, research has shown that none of this is true. In England, there is recent authority to the effect that professional privilege does not extend beyond the legal profession. What is the purpose of operationally defining variables? In Conway v Rimmertwenty-five years later, the House of Lords revisited the issue and reasserted judicial control.


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The Psychology of evidence and trial procedure book

In your case, it is likely that your class instructor will expect a formal write-up of your experiment in the same format required in a professional journal article or lab report :. In other words, the null hypothesis assumes that there will be no difference in the effects of the two treatments in our experimental and control groups.

Psychological Science in the Public Interest. At the beginning, lawyers speak to the jury and tell a story. What applies in such circumstances is the principle of autrefois acquit or autrefois convict.

Supreme Court. There must be a likelihood of harm, not a mere possibility. Forensic psychology is where the science of the mind intersects with the criminal justice system.

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Expert testimony on the psychology of confessions: A pyramidal model of the relevant science. The court a quo said it was bound by Duncan, and for perhaps the first time the House of Lords revisited an earlier decision.

This feature of our trial process would be especially troublesome in the growing number of cases that involve scientific evidence because it has been shown that jurors place inordinate faith in forensic science of all kinds. The legal adviser must be acting in his professional capacity a such.

Law and Human Behavior, 28, Contemporary Psychology, 43, Human judges of truth, deception, and credibility: Confident but erroneous. This can be controversial: Glenn Agliotti was famously called as a witness against Jackie Selebi in terms of sectionand admitted to having paid a bribe.

Sex Offender Registry - Sex Offender Registry research papers evaluate why this method needs to be in effect on sex offenders. Nicholls Ed. Summary[ edit ] The first thing to decide is whether an admission is formal or informal.

Civil proceedings[ edit ] In civil proceedings, the witness has a wider protection by virtue of privilege than in criminal cases. Police-induced confessions, risk factors and recommendations: Looking ahead. These types of evidence, as well as other areas of the criminal justice process, involve testimony based on psychological fact — what people can discern, recognize, remember, and relate.

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They then return and speak the truth — a verdict. Initially fact investigators, the police now become an adjunct to the prosecutor in seeking a conviction. Having answered this question, one has passed the point of no return; one cannot retrace one's steps back to this proverbial fork in the road.The evidence and trial procedure: the law, social policy, and psychological research / Wallace D.

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