Melvyn Green

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a clinically recognized disability. Persons with FASD are at a profound disadvantage within the criminal justice system. This article describes the range of deficits that characterize FASD and suggests that understanding FASD has important legal implications for the criminal justice system. Consideration is given to(More)
Individuals with FASD exhibit deficits in many domains that can include memory, learning, behavioural inhibition, executive functioning, interpersonal skills, and language. These deficits have serious implications for affected persons when they become engaged in the legal system. In 2004, Moore and Green reviewed case law and psychological literature which(More)
  • John T Christian, Lloyd S Cluff, Melvyn Green, T D O 'rourke, Yossi Sheffi, Craig R Barrett +1 other
  • 2004
Promoting the technological welfare of the nation by marshalling the knowledge and insights of eminent members of the engineering profession. Some of the articles in this issue are also available as HTML documents and may contain links to related sources of information, multimedia files, or other content. Papers are presented in The Bridge on the basis of(More)
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