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    Law Through the Camera Lens: Interpreting Video as Evidence in Court

    1 PM EDT

    Despite the common maxim that “seeing is believing,” not everyone who sees a video interprets it in the same way. In this opening session of this Fall’s webinar on Video Evidence, we will discuss how visual attention, perception, and interpretation work in court. We will highlight the latest research in law, science, and humanities on how and why people tend to overweight the information they see, underweight the information they do not see, and are overconfident about their own interpretation of what they see in a video. Considering how video is presented and used in court is critical for the pursuit of equal and fair justice in the digital age.

    This webinar is one webinar in the Video in Legal Decision-Making Webinar Series presented by Sandra Ristovska as part of her Mellon/ACLS Scholars & Society Fellowship.

    You will not receive continuing legal education (CLE) credit for attending this webinar.

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    Law Through the Camera Lens: Interpreting Video as Evidence in Court

    Event Details

    Duration

    60

    Format

    Webinar

    Date

    Sep 30, 2022

    2022-09-30T13:00:00-04:00 2022-09-30T14:00:00-04:00 Law Through the Camera Lens: Interpreting Video as Evidence in Court

    Despite the common maxim that “seeing is believing,” not everyone who sees a video interprets it in the same way. In this opening session of this Fall’s webinar on Video Evidence, we will discuss how visual attention, perception, and interpretation work in court. We will highlight the latest research in law, science, and humanities on how and why people tend to overweight the information they see, underweight the information they do not see, and are overconfident about their own interpretation of what they see in a video. Considering how video is presented and used in court is critical for the pursuit of equal and fair justice in the digital age.

    This webinar is one webinar in the Video in Legal Decision-Making Webinar Series presented by Sandra Ristovska as part of her Mellon/ACLS Scholars & Society Fellowship.

    You will not receive continuing legal education (CLE) credit for attending this webinar.

    Speakers

    Sandra Ristovska

    University of Colorado Boulder

    Yael Granot

    Smith College

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