Neuroscience in the courtroom brain scans and other types of neurological evidence are rarely a factor in trials today someday however they could transform . Neuroscience in the courtroom brain scans and other types of neurological evidence are rarely a factor the issues that neuroscience raises for the criminal . A new study found that the number of judicial opinions referencing neuroscience as evidence more than doubled between 2005 and 2012. Theme legal agency requires one to be able to form certain mental states and to act upon them for example in criminal law most offences require not only an actus . Sunaina rajani is a harvard class of 2016 graduate with a masters degree concentrating in cognitive neuroscience mind brain and education mbe and university of
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