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Dr Lee John Curley and Dr James Munro of The OU, Co-author The Article Published in The Conversation

Dr Lee John Curley, lecturer in Psychology and Dr James Munro, Psychology Technical Lead (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, The Open University) with Dr Itiel Dror, Senior Cognitive Neuroscience Researcher (University College London) co-author the article: 'Juries are subject to all kinds of biases when it comes to deciding on a trial'. It discusses the… Continue reading Dr Lee John Curley and Dr James Munro of The OU, Co-author The Article Published in The Conversation

Forensic Psychology, Psychology, Research in the School

Reforming Scotland’s unique jury system: why we need to listen to lawyers

Drs Lee Curley, James Munro, Lara Frumkin and Jim Turner from the School write about reforms to Scotland's legal system. Rape Crisis Scotland has once again called for the country’s not proven verdict to be scrapped, after new figures revealed that almost a quarter of all rape and attempted rape cases ended in acquittals under this verdict. In April,… Continue reading Reforming Scotland’s unique jury system: why we need to listen to lawyers