The National Law Journal article, “Reading the Legal Community for More Neuroscientific Evidence”

Recently, The National Law Journal published an article titled “Reading the Legal Community for More Neuroscientific Evidence” by Owen D. Jones. This article addresses the advancement of Neurolaw in the justice system.
Introduction:
A late-career ad man came home from work one day, strangled his wife and threw her out their high-rise window in New York City. In his defense, he sought to introduce into evidence subsequent brain scans that showed a very large cyst compressing his frontal lobes (People v. Weinstein). Should such scans be admitted? If so, should they make any difference?
To continue reading, follow this link to the National Law Journal article by Owen D. Jones.