(Continued from the homepage ...)
The formula I mentioned two weeks
ago is about obtaining successful
results when the phenomena is repeated over time and space,
keeping variables constant. In the legal context the 'phenomenon'
is the 'legal' process itself. Keeping variables constant
is keeping the skills and technicques of the cross-examiner
the same, are repeated over time and space - to obtain successful
This means that highly skilled litigation cross-examiners
will obtain the same cause-effect results with the same
cross-examined, using highly skilled techniques. Of course,
it may not be perfect scientific process, because of the
intervening human condition such as perjury - which leads
to a prison sentence.