Chapter III. Section III: Evaluation and Interpretation of Evidence

  1. Niamh Nic Daéid

Published Online: 1 MAR 2010

DOI: 10.1002/9780470686034.ch3

Fifty Years of Forensic Science: A Commentary

Fifty Years of Forensic Science: A Commentary

How to Cite

Nic Daéid, N. (ed) (2010) Section III: Evaluation and Interpretation of Evidence, in Fifty Years of Forensic Science: A Commentary, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK. doi: 10.1002/9780470686034.ch3

Editor Information

  1. Centre for Forensic Science, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 1 MAR 2010
  2. Published Print: 19 MAR 2010

ISBN Information

Print ISBN: 9780470684009

Online ISBN: 9780470686034

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Keywords:

  • evaluation and interpretation of evidence;
  • 23 (1a) - 1983 Statistics and forensic science – a fruitful partnership;
  • 23 (1e) - 1983 A frame of reference or Garbage in, Garbage out;
  • 23 (3b) - 1987 The use of statistics in forensic science;
  • 28 (3) - 1988 Heads we win;
  • 37 (2) - 1997 Does justice require less precision than chemistry;
  • 43 (2) - 2003 Sally Clark – a lesson for us all;
  • 44 (2) - 2004 Context-free forensic science;
  • 46 (1) - 2006 Lies, damn lies and statistics;
  • 19 (3) - 1979 Away with the fuzz

Summary

This chapter contains sections titled:

  • 19 (3) - 1979 Away with the fuzz

  • 23 (1) - 1983 Patience

  • 23 (1a) - 1983 Statistics and forensic science – a fruitful partnership

  • 23 (1b) - 1983 The probability of exclusion or likelihood of guilt of an accused: Paternity

  • 23 (1c) - 1983 The probability of non-discrimination or likelihood of guilt of an accused: Criminal Identification

  • 23 (1d) - 1983 What is the probability that this blood came from that person? A meaningful question?

  • 23 (1e) - 1983 A frame of reference or Garbage in, Garbage out

  • 23 (4) - 1983 On circumstantial evidence

  • 26 (3) - 1986 Evaluation of associative physical evidence

  • 23 (3a) - 1987 The use of statistics in forensic science

  • 23 (3b) - 1987 The use of statistics in forensic science

  • 28 (3) - 1988 Heads we win

  • 37 (2) - 1997 Does justice require less precision than chemistry?

  • 43 (2) - 2003 Sally Clark – a lesson for us all

  • 44 (2) - 2004 Context-free forensic science

  • 46 (1) - 2006 Lies, damn lies and statistics

  • References