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Scientific Evidence - Bibliography

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American Psychiatric Association. Brief Amicus Curiae, Barefoot v. Estelle, 463 U.S. 880 (1983).

BOLT, RICHARD H.; COOPER, FRANKLIN S.; DAVID, EDWARD E.; DENS, PETER B.; PICKETT, JAMES M.; and STEVENS, KENNETH N. "Speaker Identification by Speech Spectrograms; A Scientist's View of Its Reliability for Legal Purposes." Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 47 (1970): 597–612.

BURGESS, ANN WOLBERT, and HOLMSTROM, LYNDA LYTLE. "Rape Trauma Syndrome." American Journal of Psychiatry 131 (1974): 981–986.

CONNORS, EDWARD; LUNDREGAN, THOMAS; MILLER, NEAL; and MCEWEN, TOM. Convicted by Juries, Exonerated by Science: Case Studies in the Use of DNA Evidence to Establish Innocence After Trial. Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, 1996.

DIAMOND, BERNARD L. "Inherent Problems in the Use of Pretrial Hypnosis on a Prospective Witness." California Law Review 68 (1980): 313–349.

DIX, GEORGE E. "The Death Penalty, 'Dangerousness,' Psychiatric Testimony, and Professional Ethics." American Journal of Criminal Law 5 (1977): 151–215.

FRAZIER, PATRICIA A., and BORGIDA, EUGENE. "Rape Trauma Syndrome: A Review of Case Law and Psychological Research." Law and Human Behavior 16 (1992): 293–311.

GIANNELLI, PAUL. "The Admissibility of Novel Scientific Evidence: Frye v. United States, a Half-Century Later." Columbia Law Review 80 (1980): 1197–1250.

——. "The Admissibility of Laboratory Reports in Criminal Trials: The Reliability of Scientific Proof." Ohio State Law Journal 49 (1988): 671–701.

——. "'Junk Science': The Criminal Cases." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 84 (1993): 105–128.

——. "Daubert: Interpreting the Federal Rules of Evidence." Cardozo Law Review 15 (1994): 1999–2026.

——. "The Abuse of Scientific Evidence in Criminal Cases: The Need for Independent Crime Laboratories." Virginia Journal of Social Policy and Law 4 (1997): 439–478.

GIANNELLI, PAUL, and IMWINKELRIED, EDWARD. Scientific Evidence. 3d ed. Charlottesville, Va.: Lexis Law Publishing, 1999.

HUBER, PETER W. Galileo's Revenge: Junk Science in the Courtroom. New York: Basic Books, 1991.

IMWINKELRIED, EDWARD. "The Standard for Admitting Scientific Evidence: A Critique from the Perspective of Juror Psychology." Villanova Law Review 28 (1983): 554–571.

——. "The Next Step after Daubert: Developing a Similarly Epistemological Approach to Ensuring the Reliability of Nonscientific Expert Testimony." Cardozo Law Review 15 (1994): 2271–2294.

JEFFREYS, A. J.; WILSON, V.; and THEIN, S. L. "Individual-Specific 'Fingerprints' of Human DNA." Nature 316 (1985): 76–79.

LANDER, ERIC S., and BUDOWLE, BRUCE. "DNA Fingerprinting Dispute Laid to Rest." Nature 371 (1994): 735–738.

LEVY, HARLAN. And the Blood Cried Out: A Prosecutor's Spellbinding Account of the Power of DNA. New York: Basic Books, 1996.

LEWONTIN, RICHARD C., and HARTL, DANIEL L. "Population Genetics in Forensic DNA Typing." Science 254 (1991): 1745.

MALETSKOS, CONSTANTINE J., and SPIELMAN, STEPHEN J. "Introduction of New Scientific Methods in Court." In Law Enforcement, Science & Technology. Edited by S. A. Yefsky. U.S. Office of Law Enforcement Assistance. Washington, D.C.: Thompson Book Company, 1967. Pages 957–964.

MCCORMICK, CHARLES T. Law of Evidence. St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing Company, 1954.

National Research Council. On the Theory and Practice of Voice Identification. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1979.

——. The Evaluation of Forensic DNA Evidence. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1996.

——. DNA Technology in Forensic Science. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1992.

Office of Technology Assessment, U.S. Congress. Genetic Witness: Forensic Uses of DNA Tests. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1990.

ORNE, MARTIN T.; SOSKIS, DAVID A.; DINGES, DAVID F.;, and ORNE, EMILY CAROTA. "Hypnotically Induced Testimony," In Eyewitness Testimony: Psychological Perspectives. Edited by Gary L. Wells and Elizabeth Loftus. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 1984. Pages 171–213.

PETERSON, JOSEPH L.; RYAN, JOHN P.; HOULDEN, PAULINE J.; and MIHAJLOVIC, STEVEN. "The Use and Effects of Forensic Science in the Adjudication of Felony Cases." Journal of Forensic Science 32 (1987): 1730–1753.

REISER, MARTIN, and NIELSON MICHAEL. "Investigative Hypnosis: A Developing Specialty."American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis 23 (1980): 75–85.

ROGERS, RICHARD, and EWING, CHARLES PATRICK. "Ultimate Opinion Proscriptions: A Cosmetic Fix and a Plea for Empiricism." Law and Human Behavior 13 (1989): 357–374.

WECHT, CYRIL H. "Introduction." In Legal Medicine Annual. Edited by Cyril H. Wecht. New York: Meredith Corp., 1972. Pages 1–2.

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