‘A Brooklyn attorney hopes to break new ground this week when he offers a brain scan as evidence that a key witness in a civil trial is telling the truth, Wired.com has learned.
If the fMRI scan is admitted, it would be a legal first in the United States and could have major consequences for the future of neuroscience in court.’ (Wired Science)
- Brain-Scan Lie Detection Rejected By Brooklyn Court (yro.slashdot.org)
- Brain Scan Evidence Rejected by Brooklyn Court (wired.com)
- Brain-Scanning Lie Detectors May Be Used In Court Soon [Crime] (gizmodo.com)
- Another Attempt to Use fMRI Lie Detector in US Court Fails in Brooklyn. More on the Way. (singularityhub.com)
- Can fMRI Tell If You’re Lying? (psychcentral.com)