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Expert Testimony on the Psychology of Eyewitness Identification
Cutler, Brian L. (Edt)
Oxford U Press POD firm sale / Hardcover / 2009-09-01 / 0195331974
Forensic
price: $104.95 (may be subject to change)
288 pages
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Eyewitness testimony is highly compelling in a criminal trial, and can have an indelible impact on jurors. However, two decades of research on the subject have shown us that eyewitnesses are sometimes wrong, even when they are highly confident that they are making correct identifications. This book brings together an impressive group of researchers and practicing attorneys to provide current overviews and critiques of key topics in eyewitness testimony.

Brian L. Cutler is Professor of Criminology, Justice and Policy Studies at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.

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