Simon A. Cole
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Suspect identities: A history of criminal identification and fingerprinting
SA Cole
Harvard University Press, 2001
1353*2001
Truth machine
M Lynch, SA Cole, R McNally, K Jordan
Truth Machine, 2010
5112010
More than zero: Accounting for error in latent fingerprint identification
SA Cole
J. Crim. l. & Criminology 95, 985, 2004
4232004
The need for a research culture in the forensic sciences
JL Mnookin, SA Cole, IE Dror, BAJ Fisher
UCLA L. Rev. 58, 725, 2010
2922010
CSI and its Effects: Media, Juries, and the Burden of Proof
SA Cole, R Dioso-Villa
New Eng. L. Rev. 41, 435, 2006
2672006
Investigating the CSI effect effect: Media and litigation crisis in criminal law
SA Cole, R Dioso-Villa
Stan. L. Rev. 61, 1335, 2008
2572008
The vision in “blind” justice: Expert perception, judgment, and visual cognition in forensic pattern recognition
IE Dror, SA Cole
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 17 (2), 161-167, 2010
2132010
Grandfathering evidence: Fingerprint admissibility rulings from Jennings to Llera Plaza and back again
SA Cole
Am. Crim. L. Rev. 41, 1189, 2004
1922004
Forensics without uniqueness, conclusions without individualization: the new epistemology of forensic identification
SA Cole
Law, probability and risk 8 (3), 233-255, 2009
1892009
Science and technology studies on trial: Dilemmas of expertise
M Lynch, S Cole
Social Studies of Science 35 (2), 269-311, 2005
1532005
Is fingerprint identification valid? Rhetorics of reliability in fingerprint proponents’ discourse
SA Cole
Law & Policy 28 (1), 109-135, 2006
1132006
Witnessing identification: Latent fingerprinting evidence and expert knowledge
SA Cole
Social Studies of Science 28 (5-6), 687-712, 1998
981998
The social and legal construction of suspects
SA Cole, M Lynch
Annu. Rev. Law Soc. Sci. 2, 39-60, 2006
972006
The prevalence and potential causes of wrongful conviction by fingerprint evidence
SA Cole
Golden Gate University Law Review, 2006
692006
Psychological aspects of forensic identification evidence
WC Thompson, SA Cole
Expert psychological testimony for the courts, 31-68, 2020
672020
Forensic bitemark identification: weak foundations, exaggerated claims
MJ Saks, T Albright, TL Bohan, BE Bierer, CM Bowers, MA Bush, PJ Bush, ...
Journal of Law and the Biosciences 3 (3), 538-575, 2016
662016
Where the rubber meets the road: Thinking about expert evidence as expert testimony
SA Cole
Vill. L. Rev. 52, 803, 2007
632007
Science and the death penalty: DNA, innocence, and the debate over capital punishment in the United States
JD Aronson, SA Cole
Law & Social Inquiry 34 (3), 603-633, 2009
592009
Individualization is dead, long live individualization! Reforms of reporting practices for fingerprint analysis in the United States
SA Cole
Law, Probability and Risk 13 (2), 117-150, 2014
572014
A surfeit of science: The “CSI effect” and the media appropriation of the public understanding of science
SA Cole
Public Understanding of Science 24 (2), 130-146, 2015
562015
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