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Wrongful conviction and truth

Dr Celine Van Golde – Sep 7
Just because you remember something, or thought you saw something, does that make it true? More importantly, should we rely on these “truths” when investigating or prosecuting a crime? Dr. Van Golde will discuss research that focuses on the reliability of witness and victim memory, specifically, how memory accuracy can be affected by those in forensic settings, such as police, lawyers and judges.

September 7 @ 10:00
10:00 — 11:30 (1h 30′)

John Woolley Building The University of Sydney NSW Australia 2006, Rogers Room N397 Level 3

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