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  • Case assessment and interpretation 

    Jackson, Graham; Jones, Philip J. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009)
    This article describes the development and application of a model framework that helps scientists design effective, efficient, and robust case-examination strategies. The Case Assessment and Interpretation (CAI) model, ...
  • Evidence evaluation: a response to the court of appeal judgment in R v T 

    Berger, Charles E. H.; Buckleton, John; Champod, Christophe; Evett, Ian W.; Jackson, Graham (Elsevier, 2011-06)
    This is a discussion of a number of issues that arise from the recent judgment in R v T [1]. Although the judgment concerned with footwear evidence, more general remarks have implications for all disciplines within forensic ...
  • Forensic science evidence in question 

    Redmayne, Mike; Roberts, Paul; Aitken, Colin; Jackson, Graham (Sweet & Maxwell, 2011)
    How should forensic scientists and other expert witnesses present their evidence in court? What kinds and quality of data can experts properly draw on in formulating their conclusions? In an important recent decision in ...
  • Helping formulate propositions in forensic DNA analysis 

    Buckleton, John; Bright, Jo-Anne; Taylor, Duncan; Evett, Ian; Hicks, Tacha; Jackson, Graham; Curran, James M. (Elsevier, 2014-07)
    The Bayesian paradigm is the preferred approach to evidence interpretation. It requires the evaluation of the probability of the evidence under at least two propositions. The value of the findings (i.e., our LR) will depend ...
  • The impact of commercialization on the evaluation of DNA evidence 

    Jackson, Graham (Frontiers, 2013-11-06)
  • The incidence and position of melanocytic nevi for the purposes of forensic image comparison 

    Black, S.; MacDonald-McMillan, B.; Mallett, X.; Rynn, C.; Jackson, Graham (Springer-Verlag, 2014-05)
    Expert witness opinion based on the comparison of images has been accepted by UK courts as admissible evidence in relation to issues of identity. Within images of the hand are a multiplicity of anatomical features of ...
  • Use of data to inform expert evaluative opinion in the comparison of hand images—the importance of scars 

    Jackson, Graham; Black, Sue (Springer-Verlag, 2014-05)
    Evaluation of a likelihood ratio is widely recognised as the most logical and appropriate means of assessing and expressing the weight of expert scientific evidence. This paper describes the application of such an approach ...