Table of Contents
|2 The Supreme Court Trilogy||5-9|
|3 The Nature of Expert Evidence||10-14|
|4 The Scientist's Role in the Courtroom||15-21|
|5 Can Scientists and Lawyers Get Along?||22-26|
|6 The Ethics of Expert Testimony||27-29|
|7 Scientific Research in the Context of the Legal System||30-34|
|8 Epilogue: Science and the Law—Toward Common Ground||35-38|
|Appendix A: Science, Technology, and Law Panel Biographies||39-44|
|Appendix B: Agenda||45-48|
|Appendix C: Scientific Evidence Workshop List of Registrants||49-68|
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