Dave Zehner discusses social science research in relation to jury selection and trial outcomes. He describes a mock jury selection process in which researchers use their understanding of social science to pick jurors that will be of the most benefit to the case. The mock trials give prosecutors an understanding of how their arguments will be received in court.
Social Science Research & the Courts
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Zehner, D. (Speaker). (2017). Social science research & the courts [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781526407344
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