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Les modèles de raisonnements probatoires des juges : les inférences mathématiques face à la mise en récit des preuves

Abstract : A central element in the role of the judge, evidential reasoning has been observed by researchers for several decades. In academia, there are two conflicting scientific models for understanding and describing how the actors in a trial reason on the basis of the evidence to settle the disputes that come before them. "Meters models" suppose that judges and juries evaluate and combine evidence in an arithmetical manner. The "story model" maintains that they assemble evidence to make stories, whose credibility they then assess. This article explains and discusses these models by confronting them with real trials.
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Olivier Leclerc, Etienne Vergès. Les modèles de raisonnements probatoires des juges : les inférences mathématiques face à la mise en récit des preuves. Les Cahiers de la justice, Dalloz, 2020, pp.689-704. ⟨10.3917/cdlj.2004.0689⟩. ⟨halshs-03061325⟩

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