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Join date: Aug 23, 2020
Cinthya Magallanes is a psychology major with a criminal justice minor. Cinthya is interested in how attorneys influence juror decisions in the legal system. She has also helped her grandfather, a defense attorney, with legal cases and now she contributes at the Legal Decision lab. She graduated from El Paso Community College in 2019 with a double associate in Criminal Justice and Psychology with honors. After graduation, she plans on pursuing graduate school to obtain her Ph.D. in Legal Psychology. Her goal is to join the FBI as a special agent.
Oct 29, 2021 ∙ 3 min
Are judges and lawyers well equipped to identify valid evidence in the courtroom?
Review of Chorn & Kovera (2019) - Variations in Reliability and Validity Do Not Influence Judge, Attorney, and Mock Juror Decisions
Jan 31, 2021 ∙ 3 min
JUSTice in juries
Jury duty has often been seen as the hallmark of good citizenship. In fact, serving on a jury can actually increase positive feelings...
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