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HOW TO PREPARE DIRECT WITNESS EXAMINATION

Examining witnesses looks easy on television and in the movies. Whether direct or cross examination, on television & the movies, it is always brief, entertaining and totally successful. It always looks so easy, until you do it in a court … Continue reading

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THOUGHTS ABOUT EPIDEMIOLOGY IN OUR TRIALS “Facts are stubborn, but statistics are more pliable” Mark Twain

“There are three types of lies — lies, damn lies, and statistics.” ― Benjamin Disraeli John Godfrey Saxe wrote this well known poem which illustrates the problem we often experience in our trials involving evidence of causation and scientific connection … Continue reading

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THE HUMAN BRAIN – AN AMAZING ORGAN

There is an informative book I  read: Incognito: the secret lives of the brain  by David Eagleman which I recommend to anyone who is interested in how our brains function. Here are few excerpts I found interesting. The brain  is an … Continue reading

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