Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Alicia Wilcox Interview – Episodes 163 + 164

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Part 1 – Episode 163

Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray join with Dr. Alicia Wilcox from Husson University in Bangor, Maine in a discussion of her research juries and their understanding of forensic testimony. Even though forensic scientists may try to present data in precise and sometimes mathematical way, jurors tend to interpret forensic testimony according to whether the evidence fits well into the story that they have constructed of the crime.

Part 2 – Episode 164

Eric Ray and Glenn Langenburg continue their discussion with Alicia Wilcox on her research into how juries hear forensic testimony. This time we focus even more on questions of opposing experts, error rates, and what’s the most important thing for an expert to have. A degree? Years of experience? An accredited lab?

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