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November 24th, 2015
Some crucial privacy questions about the use of neuroscience in criminal courts may be headed our way. And before the tryptophan hits, the Thanksgiving dinner table might be just the forum to gather the likely myriad perspectives on the matter. Are our brains due more privacy consideration than our bodies? ...
April 15th, 2015
How should digital evidence be presented to juries? Should emoticons and other symbols be translated into words and read aloud by prosecutors and defense attorneys? As their popularity has grown with the advent of apps, such as Emoji, emoticons, have been figuring into litigation more and more frequently over the ...