Comments on Coulthard & Johnson's (2007) portrayal of the likelihood-ratio framework
In their recent introduction to forensic linguistics, Coulthard amp; Johnson (2007) include a portrayal of the likelihood-ratio framework for the evaluation of forensic comparison evidence (pp. 203-207). This portrayal includes a number of inaccuracies. The present letter attempts to correct these inaccuracies.
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