MRI Brain Scan Rejected as Evidence In High Profile Case

A judge ruled this week that an MRI brain scan conducted on a defendant in a high profile murder case would not be admissible. Defense attorneys hoped doctors could testify before a jury that the defendant’s brain is markedly different from his peers, suggesting that he has some psychotic disorder. The judge found that the brain scan would be too prejudicial in light of its limited probative value.

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