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Abstract This is a scanned image of the original Editorial Board page(s) for this issue.
Abstract Methods designed to obviate wrongful conviction in the pre-scientific era are ill-adapted to the assessment of complex scientific evidence in courts of the late 20th century. I argue that scientists and lawyers should collaborate to ensure that science is used to better advantage than...
Abstract Edited by John Gunn and Pamela J. Taylor. Butterworth Heinemann. Oxford, 1993; 1151 pp.; recommended retail price $350; ISBN 0 7506 0349 6.
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