'Academic suggests abolishing juries in rape trials'

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University of Aberdeen PhD candidate David Lorimer applies a quantitatively analytical approach to criminal law. He has written previously on jury analysis and the admissibility of prejudicial evidence (with a journal paper currently under peer review). The attached poster indicates some of the areas to which his quantitative methodology has been applied. In this blog post he indicates how his work led to similar conclusions to research featured in a recent article in 'The Times'. He highlights two key legally problematic factors which substantiate the Times article's empirical research findings from a more analytical perspective.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 30 Sept 2018


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