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What Did Bain Really Say? A Preliminary Forensic Analysis of the Disputed Utterance Based on Data, Acoustic Analysis, Statistical Models, Calculation of Likelihood Ratios, and Testing of Validity
This paper presents a preliminary analysis of the disputed utterance in Bain v R  NZSC 16. A likelihood ratio is calculated as a strength-of-evidence statement with respect to the question: What is the probability of getting the acoustic properties
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