Forensic pathology and the CSI Effect: A Pathologists Perspective. David Ranson - Deputy Director VIFM ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) . Presented at the Expert Evidence Conference, Canberra February 2011 Organised by the National Judicial College of Australia and the ANU College of Law.
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David Ranson - Deputy Director VIFM (email@example.com)
Presented at the Expert Evidence Conference, Canberra
Organised by the National Judicial College of Australia
and the ANU College of Law
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Usually forensic pathologists but more recently forensic physicians,
forensic odontologists and forensic anthropologists have appeared.
The Curse of the MEDIA?Crossing JordonMidsomer MurdersKay ScarpettaJanusMorseBonesNCISCity HomicideCSIPhoenixDexterSilent WitnessQuincyHalifax FPBlue HeelersMcCallumUnderbelly ‘et al’(Inspector Rex)
Jury’s interpretation Pathologist’s interpretation
You can test why a pathology witness holds a particular view but you won’t know for sure what view a jury holds until it is too late and you may never know why the jury came to hold that particular view.
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