Law & Order: Circumstantial Evidence

Eyewitness testimony and courtroom confessions aside, most criminal convictions are won on a series of facts and inferences called circumstantial evidence. Join host Neal Conan for a look at legal logic and how cases are really won and lost.


Stephen Gillers
*Vice Dean and Law Professor at New York University Law School

Norman Garland
*former criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor *Professor at Southwestern College of Law in Los Angeles



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