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The Daily Digest – 2/9/11

Those following the intersection of cognitive neuroscience and law know that, to date, it has been used most frequently as mitigating evidence in capital sentencing. Like socioeconomic background or abusive childhood evidence, criminal defendants are now using cognitive neuroscience to … Continue reading

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The Daily Digest – 2/2/11

Brain Dysfunction, Memory Loss, and Procedural Tolling Ellis v. Gresham Service Stations, Inc., 2011 WL 294414 (Ct. App. Miss. 2011) An interesting case about the intersection of procedural rules and neurological excuses today. In this case, the Plaintiff brought a … Continue reading

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