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April 14, 2009 – 3:47 PM
Posted Tuesday, April 14, 2009 — 3:47 PM
Watch video of Assistant Professor of Law and Philosophy Nita Farahany talking about her book The Impact of Behavioral Sciences on Criminal Law.
A time could soon come when genetic tests and neurological brain scans are introduced as evidence in criminal trials as readily as DNA evidence is today. That’s why, in a first-of-its-kind book titled The Impact of Behavioral Sciences on Criminal Law, Vanderbilt University Assistant Professor of Law and Philosophy Nita Farahany brought together experts across multiple disciplines, including geneticists, neuroscientists, philosophers, policymakers and legal scholars, to give cutting edge insight on this controversial and emerging field.
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