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'The Brain on the Stand'

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Jeffrey Rosen
August 24, 2007
Progress in the field of neuroscience is increasingly making its way into courtrooms across America. George Washington University law professor Jeffrey Rosen says this collision of neuroscience and the law is capable of challenging some of our most basic ideas about guilt, responsibility and justice. Rosen discussed "The Brain on the Stand" at this summer's Aspen Ideas Festival.



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