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Science and Justice: Can You Identify The Perpetrator?

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Many crimes occur in a matter of seconds, and are totally unexpected—at least to the victims and witnesses. If you watched a crime unfold right before your eyes, would you be able to remember the details? The answer can make all the difference for a defendant, and has broad implications for our justice system at large. Watch the video above, and test your total recall...you might be surprised at the results.[NOTE: The game will not work on mobile devices.]

Watch the full program here: https://youtu.be/mD8QS3X7VHM

This game is adapted from False Convictions: Innocence, Guilt & Science by Jim Dwyer. Copyright © by Jim Dwyer. With permission of the publisher, Touch Press. All Rights Reserved.

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