How The Jury Is Affected By Different Kinds Of Evidence In A Murder Trial, Especially From Television Programs

November 14, 2008 by  
Category: Homicide

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We’re trained by television to assume that people are walking around in dark rooms with flashlights and have amazing access to scientific tests and evidence that they present in court. We aren’t allowed to ask jurors about the impression certain types of evidence may have on them, although it would be very useful for lawyers […]

Misconceptions Around Criminal Law

August 29, 2007 by  
Category: General

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Edward Prutschi explains two misconceptions clients have about criminal law. One of the problems that we have as criminal lawyers is that pop culture is so full of great criminal law stories that everybody thinks they know how the system functions. Nothing could be further from the truth. For one thing, 90 per cent of […]