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Pleading innocents: laboratory evidence of plea bargaining's innocence problem
We investigated plea bargaining by making students actually guilty or innocent of a cheating offense and varying the sentence that they would face if found ‘guilty’ by a review board. As hypothesized, guilty students ...
Evaluating the Due Process and Crime Control Perspectives Using Rasch Measurement Analysis
Background: The biases jurors possess may influence everything from the interpretation of case evidence to impressions of the defendant to, ultimately, verdict and recognition of this has led to a number of juror ...