Science for Judges III: Maintaining the Integrity of Scientific Research and Forensic Evidence in Criminal Proceedings
Introduction by Margaret A. Berger
Maintaining the Integrity of Scientific Research
David Korn, M.D.
Scientific Evidence in the Regulatory System: Manufacturing Uncertainty and the Demise of the Formal Regulatory System
David Michaels, M.P.H., Ph.D.
Celeste Monforton, M.P.H.
The Funding Effect in Science and its Implications for the Judiciary
Sheldon Krimsky, Ph.D.
Nuclear and Mitochondrial DNA in the Courtroom
Julian Adams, Ph.D.
Mitochondrial DNA: Emerging Legal Issues
Edward K. Cheng
Compositional Analysis of Bullet Lead as Forensic Evidence
Michael O. Finkelstein
Bruce Levin, Ph.D.
Sandy L. Zabell, Ph.D.
Three Perspectives on Criminal Justice
Introduction by Michael T. Cahill
On the Unlikely Prospect of Reducing Crime Rates by Increasing the Severity of Prison Sentences
John M. Darley
What's Just About the Criminal Justice System? A Psychological Perspective
Victim Participation in the Criminal Process
Erin Ann O’Hara
Notes and Comments:
Convenience and Lower Prices, But at What Cost?: Watching Closely as Discount Superstores Creep Into Manhattan
Integra v. Merck: Effects on the Cost and Innovation of New Drug Products
State Responses to the Specter of Racial Discrimination in Capital Proceedings: The Kentucky Racial Justice Act and the New Jersey Supreme Court's Proportionality Review Project
An Analysis of the Development of the Jury's Role in a New York Criminal Trial