Law and Neuroscience in the United States

@inproceedings{Jones2011LawAN,
  title={Law and Neuroscience in the United States},
  author={Owen Dafydd Jones and Francis X. Shen},
  year={2011}
}
Neuroscientific evidence is increasingly reaching United States courtrooms in a number of legal contexts. Just in calendar year 2010, the U.S. legal system saw its first evidentiary hearing in federal court on the admissibility of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) lie-detection evidence; the first admission of quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG) evidence contributing in part to a reduced sentence in a homicide case; and a U.S. Supreme Court ruling explicitly citing brain… CONTINUE READING