we’ll attend a panel hearing in Chicago and first hear from Gary Wells, a Professor of Psychology at Iowa State University, talk about the fallibility of memory and retrospective biases and how they affect eyewitness identification. We’ll then hear a panel of judges, attorneys, and legal scholars discuss the latest developments in the science and law of eyewitness identification.
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