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Greely on Law and Neuroscience

Posted by The Situationist Staff on July 28, 2009

From LBNstudio: “The degree to which brain scans will be admissible in court remains unclear, but experts already are pointing to precedent-setting cases and warning that neuroscience could alter the law, creating new methods and new visual evidence to determine criminal intent and criminal responsibility. Scott Drake talks with Stanford law Professor Hank Greely.”

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To read a sample of related Situationist posts, see “Jurors, Brain Imaging, and the Allure of Pretty Pictures,” “Neurolaw Sampler,” Law & the Brain,” and Your Brain and Morality.”

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