Forensic Psychology Discussion

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One area of legal psychology that has received a great deal of attention in the profession is the use of expert testimony to refute eyewitness testimony. Should psychologists be allowed to refute an eyewitness’ testimony in a criminal case? In a related issue, should lawyers be allowed to hire trial consultants for jury selection, witness preparation, etc.? Use arguments from the text to support your position. The textbook is Forensic Psychology: An Applied Approach (2009) by Christopher Cronin

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