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Criminal Minds: The Need To Refine The Application Of The Doctrine Of Objective Chances As A Justification For Introducing Uncharged Misconduct Evidence To Prove Intent

Dean Wigmore once wrote that the hearsay doctrine is the “most characteristic rule of the Anglo-American law of Evidence.” Today, it can be said that the character evidence doctrine is the most characteristic rule of American evidence law. At early … Continue reading

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Forensic Linguistics: Applying The Science Of Linguistics To Issues Of The Law

The well-established science of linguistics analyzes all aspects of human language. Linguistics has many subfields, including the study of language structure, sound patterns, the dynamics of language in interpersonal and intergroup communication, and the interplay of meaning, grammar, and context. … Continue reading

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