Episode 164 – Alicia Wilcox Interview – Part 2

Alicia Wilcox Interview - Part 2

Alicia Wilcox Interview – Part 2

Eric Ray and Glenn Langenburg continue their discussion with Alicia Wilcox on her research into how juries hear forensic testimony. This time we focus even more on questions of opposing experts, error rates, and what’s the most important thing for an expert to have. A degree? Years of experience? An accredited lab?

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Episode 161 – Koehler Error Rate Article

Koehler Error Rate Article

Koehler Error Rate Article

Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray follow up from last week’s discussion of Glenn’s recent Daubert hearing with a 2016 article from Jonathan Koehler entitled, Intuitive Error Rate Estimates for the Forensic Sciences. As Glenn suspected, the findings of this article are suspiciously close to the center of the group of choices that participants were presented with. Although there are some larger themes that are interesting, the exact values of the error rate estimates from potential jurors do not match personal experience or even some of the cited prior works.

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