Domain Irrelevant Information as an Infectious Disease

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D. Michael Risinger, John J. Gibbons Professor of Law, Seton Hall University

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Domain Irrelevant Information as an Infectious Disease in Forensic Science Practice In this presentation, Professor Risinger discusses the distorting effects of case information irrelevant to the exercise of one's expertise on the results interpretive processes in forensic science, analogizing such information to an infectious disease. The empirical record bearing on these issues is examined, particularly those empirical results specifically relevant to forensic science practice.

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