A Note on Statistics and the Law Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

This note present an overview of ways in which statistical arguments are used in court cases. Topics covered include linear regression, importance, independence, prejudice, conditional probability, Baye's Theorem and inversion of conditional probabilities.

Along with these topics, the note contains a number of accurate examples where statistical reasoning was used or misused as part of a legal argument.

PUBLICATION DATE: January 29, 2009 PRODUCT #: 909E01-HCB-ENG

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