Evaluating Evidence in Court

by Nicola
(Scotland, UK)

Photo Credit: Vitualis

Photo Credit: Vitualis

What are the other methods of evaluating evidence in court other than:

The likelihood ratio
The bayes theroem
Match probability

Deens appeal
Conditional probabilities
Transposed conditional
Prosecutor/defendant fallacy
Balding size
Prior and posterior odds
Fequentist approach
Intiutive process
Kindship testing

And are these even ways of evaluating evidence? Thanks

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