Emma Cunliffe is an associate professor in the Allard School of Law. She studies how courts decide the facts of contested cases, and is particularly interested in expert evidence, the operation of implicit bias, and legal processes regarding interpersonal violence. She is a member of the evidence-based forensic initiative at the University of New South Wales, Australia, where she is a senior visiting fellow.

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The forensic failures of the Stanley trial

We will never know precisely what happened in the moments before a bullet from Gerald Stanley’s gun killed Colten Boushie in August 2016. At Stanley’s trial, the prosecution argued that Stanley pointed the gun and …

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