Published Online: 1986
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This is an erudite treatise on the application of probability theory to the legal process, written by a former judge and university chancellor, and still a law school professor. He is a scholar on the subject of constitutional law and the law of evidence, but for most of the audience in the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, his approach in this book has limited, but very poignant application.
Consultant in legal medicine, Los Angeles, CA
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