Opinion: Forensic evidence can make or break a criminal case, so what happens when bias is involved? Dr Lee Curley and Dr James Munro examine the impact of bias and the role psychology can play in understanding it.
Analysis: The Anglo-American jury system may permeate our popular culture, but many countries have a different approach when it comes to deciding a person's guilt. Dr Lee Curley examines the different systems and how they can impact the final verdict.
Analysis: 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.
Analysis: Decision Scientist Lee Curley shares his latest research on how the processes involved in making a decision can lead to juror bias. So, how do we ensure defendants receive a fair trial?
Analysis: Eye witnesses accounts are regularly relied upon by police and the courts to prove the guilt or otherwise of a suspect, even though psychologists have shown they cannot be trusted. However, recent research has found some people's accounts are more reliable than others.