Gary Edmond
TitleCited byYear
Australian Evidence
A Ligertwood, G Edmond
LexisNexis, 2010
Law's looking glass: expert identification evidence derived from photographic and video images
G Edmond, K Biber, R Kemp, G Porter
Current Issues in Criminal Justice 20 (3), 337-377, 2009
Trashing junk science
G Edmond, D Mercer
Stan. Tech. L. Rev., 3, 1998
Judicial representations of scientific evidence
G Edmond
The Modern Law Review 63 (2), 216-251, 2000
A contextual approach to the admissibility of the state's forensic science and medical evidence
G Edmond, K Roach
University of Toronto Law Journal 61 (3), 343-409, 2011
Conjectures and exhumations: Citations of history, philosophy and sociology of science in US federal courts
G Edmond, D Mercer
Law & Literature 14 (2), 309-366, 2002
Daubert and the Exclusionary Ethos: The Convergence of Corporate and Judicial Attitudes towards the Admissibility of Expert Evidence in Tort Litigation
G Edmond, D Mercer
Law & Policy 26 (2), 231-257, 2004
Litigation life: Law-science knowledge construction in (Bendectin) mass toxic tort litigation
G Edmond, D Mercer
Social Studies of Science 30 (2), 265-316, 2000
After objectivity: expert evidence and procedural reform
G Edmond
Sydney L. Rev. 25, 131, 2003
The Cool Crucible: Forensic Science and the Frailty of the Criminal Trial’(2012)
G Edmond, M San Roque
Current Issues in Criminal Justice 24, 51, 0
Scientific literacy and the jury: reconsidering jurycompetence'
G Edmond, D Mercer
Public Understanding of Science, 2016
Constructing miscarriages of justice: Misunderstanding scientific evidence in high profile criminal appeals
G Edmond
Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 22 (1), 53-89, 2002
Legal engineering: Contested representations of law, science (and non-science) and society
G Edmond
Social Studies of Science 32 (3), 371-412, 2002
Quasi-justice: Ad hoc expertise and identification evidence
G Edmond, M San Roque
Criminal Law Journal 33 (1), 8-33, 2009
Procedural fairness, the criminal trial and forensic science and medicine
G Edmond, A Roberts
Sydney L. Rev. 33, 359, 2011
Contextual bias and cross-contamination in the forensic sciences: the corrosive implications for investigations, plea bargains, trials and appeals
G Edmond, JM Tangen, RA Searston, IE Dror
Law, probability and risk 14 (1), 1-25, 2015
Merton and the hot tub: Scientific conventions and expert evidence in Australian civil procedure
G Edmond
Law & Contemp. Probs. 72, 159, 2009
The law-set: The legal-scientific production of medical propriety
G Edmond
Science, Technology, & Human Values 26 (2), 191-226, 2001
Judging the scientific and medical literature: some legal implications of changes to biomedical research and publication
G Edmond
Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 28 (3), 523-561, 2008
Specialised knowledge, the exclusionary discretions and reliability: Reassessing incriminating expert opinion evidence
G Edmond
UNSWLJ 31, 1, 2008
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