The impact of the use of pre-recorded evidence on juror decision-making : an evidence review

@inproceedings{Munro2018TheIO,
  title={The impact of the use of pre-recorded evidence on juror decision-making : an evidence review},
  author={Vanessa E. Munro},
  year={2018}
}
The report draws on international evidence from simulated or ‘mock’ jury experiments which are the de facto method for studying jury decision making. The report finds that there is no compelling evidence that the use of pre-recorded evidence or live-links, whether by child or adult witnesses, has an effect on verdict outcomes in (mock) criminal trials. In respect of child witnesses, individual jurors may harbour a preference for evidence delivered live and in person. However, the evidence… CONTINUE READING

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