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Monthly Archives: July 2020

Study: Many courtroom psychology tests are unreliable

By Scott N. Richardson, P.A. |

When scientific or expert testimony is to be admitted as evidence, courts are supposed to ensure that the evidence is reasonably reliable. That means sorting out the pseudoscience from the real science. Technical evidence should not be admitted unless it involves techniques and theories that are widely accepted by the field in question. Yet… Read More »

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Defendants in criminal cases often make these 3 mistakes

By Scott N. Richardson, P.A. |

Whether you have been arrested or think you may be, there are steps you can take to minimize the negative consequences. However, being arrested — or simply being questioned by police — can be a very stressful situation, and often people are not thinking clearly when they speak with police officers and investigators. That… Read More »

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