The DANA Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, and Dangerous Minds

The question of whodunit used to be mostly black or white. Jurors’ jobs were easier: either the perp was crazy, or he wasn’t. These days, however, neurological evidence is making its presence felt in the courtroom. How to integrate complicated neurological data into the already tricky business of divining guilty or not guilty? That’s where a couple of brave foundations come in.
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