Neuroscience in the courtroom project summary neuroscience evidence eg brain scans mental illness diagnosis etc is increasingly being used in criminal cases to explain criminal behavior and lessen responsibility. Brain trials neuroscience is taking a stand in the courtroom judges and defendants face in cases that bring together neuroscience and the law where trying to explain the brain and human . Weve just started to explore the intersection of neuroscience with law aptly named neurolaw and the treasure trove of evidence to be found in it in the supreme court decision in roper v. Neuroscience in the courtroom presents the most current research in the neuroscience area as it relates to the legal arena in this text you will learn about the distinctions between the brain and the mind. The aba journals 2012 issue contained an article on the use of neuroscience in the courtroom the author kevin davis describes the situations of three people whose lives were impacted by damage to their brains
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