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October 15, 2018

Knowable Magazine

When courtroom science goes wrong — and how stats can fix it

Bite marks, shoe prints, crime-scene fibers: Matches to suspects are often far shakier than courtroom experts claim. Better statistical methods — among them, a little beast known as the “likelihood ratio” — can cut down on wrong convictions.

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When courtroom science goes wrong — and how stats can fix it


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