106 J. Crim. L. & Criminology i (2016)

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         ON              The Journal of


                        Criminal Law &


        g'.*                  Criminology

                     VOLUME   106/NUMBER  1/WINTER 2016


CONTENTS

Symposium on the Role of the Courts in
Improving Forensic Science

   An Empirical Research Agenda for the Forensic Sciences
       Jonathan J Koehler & John B. Meixner, Jr............... 1

    Fulfilling Daubert's Gatekeeping Mandate Through Court-
       Appointed Experts
       The Honorable Stephanie Domitrovich, Ph.D.............  35

    Looking Backwards at Old Cases When Science Moves
       Forward
       Jules Epstein  .................................... 49

    Sleuthing Scientific Evidence Information on the Internet
       Carol Henderson & Diana Botluk ....................  59

Criminology

    Recidivism and Time Served in Prison
       Daniel P. Mears, Joshua C. Cochran, William D. Bales &
       Avinash S. Bhati ... .............................. 83

    The Exercise of Power in Prison Organizations and
       Implications for Legitimacy
       John Wooldredge & Benjamin Steiner .................  125

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