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If a brain can be caught lying, should we admit that evidence to court? Here's what legal experts think

05:30 EDT 2 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

A man is charged with stealing a very distinctive blue diamond. The man claims never to have seen the diamond before. An expert is called to testify whether the brain responses exhibited by this man indicate he has seen the diamond before. The question is – should this information be used in court?

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