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WHAT IS WRITTEN ABOUT: James Shellow

 

Professor David S. Caudill writes
See also James M. Shellow, The Limits of Cross-Examination, 34 Seton Hall L. Rev. 317, passim (2003) (Using examples from cross-examinations, James Shellow variously illustrates a refusal to recognize authoritative scientific writings or to review relevant research, a failure to understand basic scientific principles, a refusal to produce underlying data, a failure to compare data with published data or other test data on the same sample, a failure to perform accepted tests, a failure to review prior errors, a reliance on subjective methodology, and a refusal to admit error rate.).

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