Barring ultimate issue testimony

@article{Fulero1991BarringUI,
  title={Barring ultimate issue testimony},
  author={S. Fulero and N. J. Finkel},
  journal={Law and Human Behavior},
  year={1991},
  volume={15},
  pages={495-507}
}
This research focuses on one of the major changes wrought by the Insanity Defense Reform Act of 1984: the exclusion of expert mental health testimony on the “ultimate issue,” that is, testimony specifically addressing the expert's opinion that the defendant is sane or insane. Subjects in this research were presented with 1 of 10 variants of an insanity case in which experts testified for the defense, prosecution, both, or neither. The testimony was at one of three levels: diagnostic only… Expand
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