If Neuroimaging Can Reliably Discern Truth From Falsehood, Should Brain Scans Be Admissible Evidence in Court Cases?

By Moheb Costandi from Seed

"Brooklyn defense attorney David Zevin almost made legal history last month by attempting to submit functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data as evidence that a key witness was telling the truth. Zevin was defending Cynette Wilson, who claimed that the temping agency she had worked for stopped giving her work following her complaint of sexual harassment."

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