Some communities face surveillance anxiety, even when they’re on the right side of the law.
And how AI could help them do it even better.
Numbers aren’t always as impartial as they appear.
Judges and juries aren’t swayed by genetics.
Nonlethal weapon 2
Instead of the death penalty
The microbe-sourcing technique has played a role in many modern investigations, including the 2001 U.S. anthrax attacks and one man's...
An increasing trend of defendants using neuroscience to argue for lesser sentences
Teens have more trouble controlling their impulses in emotionally charged situations.
Almost half of mass shooters die during the attack, but certain factors raise the likelihood of that happening.
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