FYI: LESLI Volume 1, Issue 1, 2013
LESLI, Linguistic Evidence in Security, Law and Intelligence, is an interdisciplinary journal for linguists, computer scientists, psychologists, psychiatrists, attorneys, law enforcement, security executives, and intelligence analysts. As the journal of the Institute for Linguistic Evidence and its membership TALE, The Association for Linguistic Evidence, LESLI provides a forum to present rigorous research, requests for research, and policy discussions.
Linguistic Evidence in Security, Law and Intelligence Volume 1, Issue 1 has been published and can be accessed online at
This issue contains:
- Research articles on deception detection in written statements, interrogation/dialogue, and the virtual world, and a new study of false confession and the use of incriminating evidence.
- Policy paper on progress in speaker identification, with comments on the Trayvon Martin case.
- Resource essay on software for collecting forensically feasible, ground truth data from the web.