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Linguistics and the Law
(Released September 2001)

  by Colleen B. Brennan  


Key Citations

Web Sites



Web Sites
  1. American Board of Recorded Evidence - Voice Comparison Standards
    (American College of Forensic Examiners)

  2. The Australian Speech Science and Technology Association Incorporated
    (The Australian Speech Science and Technology Association Incorporated, GPO Box 143, Canberra Act 2601, Australia)

  3. California Courts: Programs: Court Interpreters
    (Judicial Council of California)

  4. A Dictionary of Law (1893)
    (Christian Law Fellowship)

  5. Everybody's Legal Glossary
    (, Inc.)

  6. Forensic Linguistics and Voice Identification
    (Murdoch University, 90 South Street, Murdoch, Western Australia 6150)

  7. Forensic Linguistics at the University of Birmingham
    (University of Birmingham)

  8. Forensically Speaking ...
    (AudioLex, Suite 4, Former Magistrates Court and Police Station, Market Hall Street, Kington, Herefordshire HR5 3DP, England)

  9. Institute for Linguistic Evidence, Inc.
    (Institute for Linguistic Evidence, Inc., Route 3, Box 166-M, Georgetown, DE 19947)

  10. International Association for Forensic Phonetics
    (International Association for Forensic Phonetics)

  11. The International Association of Forensic Linguists
    (The International Association of Forensic Linguists, Department of Linguistics F12, University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia)

  12. Juries 'Deaf to Earwitness Failings'
    (BBC News)

  13. The 'Lectric Law Library's Legal Lexicon
    (The 'Lectric Law Library)

  14. Making Sense of Metaphors: Visuality, Aurality, and the Reconfiguration of American Legal Discourse
    (University of Pittsburgh School of Law)

  15. The National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT)
    (The National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators (NAJIT), 551 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3025, New York NY 10176)

  16. United States v. Van Wyk
    (Criminal Law Reporter, The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., 1231 25th St. NW Washington DC 20037)

  17. Voice Identification: The Aural/Spectrographic Method
    (American College of Forensic Examiners)