Discussion paper : Hard cases make bad law — reactions to R v T

  • WILLIAM C. THOMPSONy
  • Published 2012

Abstract

In the case of R v T (2010), the Court of Appeal for England and Wales rejected the testimony of an expert who had used likelihood ratios to assess the probative value of shoe-print evidence. Because likelihood ratios are widely used in forensic science, and their use has been actively promoted by leaders in the field (Association of Forensic Science… (More)

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