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Scotland’s ‘not proven’ verdict helps juries communicate their belief of guilt when lack of evidence fails to convict

Decision Scientist Lee Curley’s research takes a closer look at the effect Scotland’s unique, but controversial ‘third’ verdict of not proven has on jurors.

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