By Brian H. Bornstein, Monica K. Miller
As with its esteemed predecessor, this well timed quantity bargains methods of using mental wisdom to handle urgent issues in felony systems and in all probability to minimize felony offending. In such parts as interrogations, professional testimony, proof admissibility, and the “death qualification” method in capital trials, members supply clinical bases for developments in suspect, witness, and juror habit and determine these practices prone to impinge on simply results. options span quite a lot of examine, perform, and coverage components, from higher techniques to evaluation to cutting edge thoughts for decreasing recidivism. The interdisciplinary views of those chapters shed salient mild on either the succeed in of the problems and chances for intervening to enhance the functioning of the justice system.
Among the subjects coated:
· The validity of pleading guilty.
· The impression of feelings on juror judgments and selection making.
· The content material, goal, and results of professional testimony on interrogation practices and suspect confessions.
· a man-made viewpoint at the own-race bias in eyewitness identification.
· Risk-reducing interventions for justice-involved individuals.
· legal justice and mental views on deterring gangs.
As a way to spur study and dialogue, and to encourage additional collaboration among the fields, quantity 2 of Advances in Psychology and Law will curiosity and intrigue researchers and practitioners in law-psychology in addition to working towards lawyers, trial specialists, and scientific psychologists.
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2003). Issues and considerations regarding the use of assessment instruments in the evaluation of competency to stand trial. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 21, 351–367. 535 Capital-izing Jurors: How Death Qualiﬁcation Relates to Jury Composition, Jurors’ Perceptions, and Trial Outcomes Logan A. Yelderman, Monica K. Miller and Clayton D. Peoples During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Colonial America imposed the death penalty for various capital crimes. These capital crimes were speciﬁc acts that deemed the defendant eligible for the death penalty, including murder, treason, and burglary, among others (Banner 2002).
Advances in Psychology and Law: Volume 2 by Brian H. Bornstein, Monica K. Miller