The state's jury instructions—including a crash course in the psychology of memory—make jurors more skeptical of eyewitness testimony, but not more discerning.
A new report collates some of the latest numbers on how American courts use brain science in trials. We've got the skinny, plus an analysis of the good and bad consequences.
A new study shows how teaching people about neuroscience can make them softer on crime.
Jurors experiencing “moral outrage” will be more likely to convict, and changes in technology are making this a bigger factor.