48 Ct. Rev. 1 (2012)

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Volume 48, Issues 1-2
Review

THE  JOURNAL  OF  THE  AMERICAN  JUDGES  ASSOCIATION

TABLE

Judge Steve Leben
Kansas Court of Appeals
Professor Alan Tomkins
University of Nebraska
Kate Lorenz
Kansas Court of Appeals
Kelly Lynn Anders
Creighton University
Judge Karen Arnold-Burger
Overland Park, Kansas
Pamela Casey, Ph. D.
National Center for State Courts
Judge B. Michael Dann
National Institute of Justice
Julie Kunce Field
Fort Collins, Colorado

OF  CONTENTS

4    Ready for the Psychologists: Learning from Eyewitness Errors
James M. Doyle
14    Eyewitness-Identification Evidence: Scientific Advances and the
New Burden on Trial Judges
Laura Smalarz & Gary L. Wells

22     A Method for Analyzing the Accuracy of Eyewitness Testimony
in Criminal Cases
Richard A. Wise & Martin A. Safer
36     Memory Conformity Between Eyewitnesses
Fiona Gabbert, Daniel B. Wright, Amina Memon,
Elm M. Skagerberg, & KatJamieson

Mark D. Hinderks
Leawood, Kansas

Judge Leslie G. Johnson
American Institute for Justice
Steven Lubet
Northwestern University

Judge Gregory E. Mize
Washington, D.C.

44    Repeated Information in the Courtroom
Jeffrey L. Foster, Maryanne Garry, & Elizabeth E Loftus

48     Jury Instructions on Witness Identification
Brian H. Bornstein & Joseph A. Hamm

Elizabeth Neeley Ph.D.
University of Nebraska
David Rottman, Ph. D.
National Center for State Courts

2   Editor's Note

Charles E Campbell
Managing Editor

3   President's Column
56    The Resource Page

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