[Chicago, Illinois] : Section of Science & Technology Law, American Bar Association ; Tempe, Arizona : Center for the Study of Law, Science, and Technology, Arizona State University College of Law, -
Book — 2 volumes ; 23 cm
Volume 46, number 1. Symposium on forensic statistics : a foreword / D. H. Kaye
The importance of checking the assumptions underlying statistical analysis : graphical methods for assessing normality / Yulia Gel, Weiwen Miao, Joseph L. Gastwirth
Assessing spatial heterogeneity in the refractive index of float glass / Geva Maimon, Russell J. Steele, James M. Curran
An introduction to data fusion, data mining, and pattern recognition applied to fiber analysis / Jennifer Wiseman Mercer, Suzanne C. Bell
Analyzing the relevance and admissibility of bullet-lead evidence : did the NRC report miss the target / William C. Thompson
The NRC bullet-lead report : should science committees make legal findings / D. H. Kaye
To tell the truth : on the probative value of polygraph search evidence / Stephen E. Fienberg.
Volume 46, number 2. "Implicit testing" : can casework validate forensic techniques? / Simon A. Cole
Statistical assessment of damages in breach of contract litigation / Duane L. Steffey, Stephen E. Fienberg, Robert H. Sturgess
Articles. Power-law distributions and the federal judiciary / Thomas Bak
Assessing the implications for close relatives in the event of similar but nonmatching DNA profiles / David R. Paoletti, Travis E. Doom, Michael L. Raymer, Dan E. Krane
Beyond the ken? : testing jurors' understanding of eyewitness reliability evidence / Richard S. Schmechel, Timothy P. O'Toole, Catharine Easterly, Elizabeth F. Loftus.