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This volume describes the principles of interpretation which are applicable to all forms of scientific evidence. The authors explore how evidence should be given by witnesses, and how this evidence should be considered and combined with other evidence by jurors. Throughout, the book is illuminated by case studies. These studies illustrate the operation of the principles of interpretation and also show how the problems which arise in certains cases can be avoided.