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10 Jan 2016, 7:27 pm by Danielle Wild
 Thus, the New York Court of Appeals has accordingly concluded that, in appropriate cases, experts should be allowed to inform juries about research findings regarding many of the factors affecting the accuracy of eyewitness memory (see People v LeGrand, 8 NY3d 449, 452 [2007]; People v Santiago, 17 NY3d 661 [2011]; People v Abney, 13 NY3d 251, 267 [2011]). [read post]
10 Jan 2016, 7:27 pm by New York Criminal Defense
 Thus, the New York Court of Appeals has accordingly concluded that, in appropriate cases, experts should be allowed to inform juries about research findings regarding many of the factors affecting the accuracy of eyewitness memory (see People v LeGrand, 8 NY3d 449, 452 [2007]; People v Santiago, 17 NY3d 661 [2011]; People v Abney, 13 NY3d 251, 267 [2011]). [read post]
28 Jun 2007, 1:03 pm
The New England Journal of Medicine carries in its latest issue (June 28, 2007), an article on the ruling in Abney et. al v. [read post]