NY Court Recognizes Eyewitness Testimony as Unreliable

by | Sep 1, 2011 | Investigation, Psychology, Skepticism | 0 comments

The New Jersey Supreme Court recently issued new rules to prevent innocent people from being wrongly convicted of a crime based upon eyewitness testimony, acknowledging what scientists and psychologist have concluded for years: eyewitnesses can be–and often are–wrong.


Read the full story at Discovery News HERE.


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