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Science, Intersubjective Validity, and Judicial Legitimacy

2008
73 BROOKLYN L. REV. 857

The problems associated with discovering truth in the courtroom are well known. Eyewitness testimony is notoriously unreliable. Statistics are almost endlessly manipulable. Paid experts slant their findings or, less disreputably, perhaps, but equally effectively, adjust the questions that they ask in order to yield findings supporting the party who hired them.

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