Spotlight On The Scientific Evidence Reference Manual

Law360, New York (October 12, 2011, 5:33 PM EDT) -- Well, the Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence: Third Edition is out. And the fix is in.

Think we exaggerate? How about this little gem from the preface: "Judges and juries, however, must consider financial conflicts of interest when assessing scientific testimony. The threshold for pursuing the possibility of bias must be low. In some instances, judges have been frustrated in identifying expert witnesses who are free of conflict of interest because entire fields of science seem to be co-opted by payments from industry"?

Or how about...
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