Junk science and the jury
P. Huber 1990 University of Chicago Legal Forum, The Role of the Jury in Civil Dispute Resolution p273–302

Interesting read about the failures of the U.S. legal system in allowing non-experts and quasi-experts to testify in trials, thus diluting the impact of science and giving science a poor record in the courtroom.

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Topics: Mock Trial, Legal System:Expert Testimony, Jury TrialsKeywords: junk science, expert testimony, Frye, Daubert