Table of contents for Statistical science in the courtroom / Joseph L. Gastwirth, editor.


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Evidence Interpretation and Sample Size Determination, C.G.G. Aitken.- Statistical Issues in the Application of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines in Drug, Pornography, and Fraud Cases, Alan J. Izenman.- Interpreting DNA Evidence: Can Probability Theory Help? David J. Balding.- Statistics, Litigation, and Conduct Unbecoming, Seymour Geisser.- The Consequences of Defending DNA Statistics, Bruce S. Weir.- DNA Statistics Under Trial in the Australia Adversarial System, Janet Chaseling.- A Likelihood Approach to DNA Evidence, Beverly Mellen.- The Choice of Hypotheses When Evaluating DNA Profile Evidence, Anders Stockmarr.- On the Evolution of Analytical Proof, Statistics and the Use of Experts in EEO Litigation, Marc Rosenblum.- A Connecticut Jury Array Challenge, David Pollard.- Issues Arising in the Use of Statistical Evidence in Discrimination Cases, Joseph L. Gastwirth.- Statistical Consulting in the Legal Environment, Charles R. Mann.- Epidemiological Causation in the Legal Context: Substance and Procedures, Sana Loue.- Judicial Review of Statistical Analyses in Environmental Rulemakings, Wendy E. Wagner.- Assessing Costs of Smoking for Minnesota - vs. - Tobacco; The Perspective of Statistical Experts in a Landmark Civil Case, Scott L. Zeger, Timothy Wyant, Leonard Miller, and Jonathan Samet.- Statistical Issues in the Estimation of the Causal Effects of Smoking Due to the Conduct of the Tobacco Industry, Donald B. Rubin.- Forensic Statistics and Multiparty Bayesianism, Joseph B. Kadane.- Warranty Contracts and Equilibrium Probabilities, Nozer D. Singpurwalla.- Death and Deterrence: Notes on a Still Inchoate Judicial Inquiry, Robert J. Cottrol.- Introduction to Two Views on the Shonubi Case, Alan J. Izenman.- Assessing the Statistical Evidence in the Shonubi Case, Alan Izenman.- The Shonubi Case as Example of the Legal System's Failure to Appreciate Statistical Evidence, Joseph L. Gastwirth, Boris Freidlin, and Weiwen.- Assessing the Statistical Evidence in the Shonubi Case, Alan J. Izenman.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Evidence, Expert.
Forensic statistics.