Mehera San Roque
Mehera San Roque
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, UNSW Australia
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The cool crucible: Forensic science and the frailty of the criminal trial
G Edmond, MS Roque
Current Issues in Criminal Justice 24 (1), 51-68, 2012
Model forensic science
G Edmond, B Found, K Martire, K Ballantyne, D Hamer, R Searston, ...
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 48 (5), 496-537, 2016
Quasi-justice: Ad hoc expertise and identification evidence
G Edmond, M San Roque
Criminal Law Journal 33 (1), 8-33, 2009
How to cross-examine forensic scientists: a guide for lawyers
G Edmond, K Martire, R Kemp, D Hamer, B Hibbert, A Ligertwood, ...
Australian Bar Review 39 (2), 174-179, 2014
Unsound law: Issues with (expert) voice comparison evidence
G Edmond, K Martire, M San Roque
Melb. UL Rev. 35, 52, 2011
Atkins v The Emperor: The ‘Cautious’ Use of Unreliable ‘Expert’ Opinion
G Edmond, R Kemp, G Porter, D Hamer, M Burton, K Biber, MS Roque
The International Journal of Evidence & Proof 14 (2), 146-166, 2010
Justicia’s Gaze: Surveillance, evidence and the criminal trial
G Edmond, M San Roque
Surveillance & Society 11 (3), 252-271, 2013
Expert reports and the forensic sciences
G Edmond, K Martire, M San Roque
UNSWLJ 40, 590, 2017
A mixed-method study of expert psychological evidence submitted for a cohort of asylum seekers undergoing refugee status determination in Australia
K Tay, N Frommer, J Hunter, D Silove, L Pearson, M San Roque, ...
Social Science & Medicine 98, 106-115, 2013
Mere Guesswork: Cross-Lingual Voice Comparisons and the Jury
G Edmond, K Martire, M San Roque
Sydney L. Rev. 33, 395, 2011
The trial: Principles, process and evidence
J Hunter, T Henning, G Edmond, R McMahon, J Metzger, M San Roque
Honeysett v. the Queen: Forensic Science, Specialised Knowledge and the Uniform Evidence Law
G Edmond, MS Roque
Sydney L. Rev. 36, 323, 2014
Expert Reports and the Forensic Sciences’(2017)
G Edmond, K Martire, M San Roque
University of New South Wales Law Journal 40, 590, 0
Forensic science evidence and the limits of cross-examination
G Edmond, E Cunliffe, K Martire, M San Roque
Melb. UL Rev. 42, 858, 2018
Deaf citizens as jurors in Australian courts: participating via professional interpreters.
S Hale, MS Roque, D Spencer, J Napier
International Journal of Speech, Language & the Law 24 (2), 2017
Asylum adjudication, mental health and credibility evaluation
J Hunter, L Pearson, M San Roque, Z Steel
Fed. L. Rev. 41, 471, 2013
Unjust enrichment: A feminist critique of enrichment
S Degeling, M San Roque
Sydney L. Rev. 36, 69, 2014
Trouble with Pictures, The
K Biber, M San Roque
Law Text Culture 10, 1, 2006
Justice is blind as long as it isn’t deaf: excluding deaf people from jury duty–an Australian human rights breach
D Spencer, M San Roque, J Napier, S Hale
Australian Journal of Human Rights 23 (3), 332-350, 2017
The High Court considers participation of deaf people in jury duty.
D Spencer, MS Roque, S Hale
LSJ: Law Society of NSW Journal, 80-81, 2017
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