Neuro – Based Jurisprudence in Cyber Verdicts

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Book Title: Cyber Crime, Regulations and Security – Contemporary Issues and Challenges
ISBN: 978-81-956533-0-0
Author(s): Colonel Professor Dr J Satpathy & Prof Anita Singh
Published On: 15/11/2022
First Page: 64
Last Page: 72
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher


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Colonel Professor Dr J Satpathy & Prof Anita Singh, Neuro – Based Jurisprudence in Cyber Verdicts, 64-72, Published on 15/11/2022, Available at



Neuroscience does not offer life’s questions as these are normative in character. What visions can behavioral knowledge offer cyber verdict makers and responses (interaction) with those they lead?  What management graces, dispositions and comportments are efficacious and on which catalogs? What can we learn about reward mechanisms and organizational design vis-à-vis these findings? Judges deliver verdicts based on evidence, facts, figures, statements and audio -video proof as presented. It is a surviving body of practicalities or substantial demonstrating whether a certainty or scheme is true or binding. Evidence may be real evidence, demonstrative evidence, documentary evidence and testimonial evidence, to list a few. Evidence encompasses encumbrance of proof, acceptability, significance, weight and modicum of what should be acknowledged into the record of a lawful proceeding. Based on these are bedrocks of neuro – cyber jurisprudence verdicts. Question is; do these hold reasonable significance? Cross examination by defence counsel and prosecution counsel do provide some intelligent breakthrough. But can those be the two ‘pillars of verdict’? What is the role of Honorable Judge in such a situation? Should Judges base his verdict based on evidences provided? Should he not apply his ‘mind’ to decipher the ‘intention’ before delivering his verdict? How about the truthfulness of statements rendered, witnesses produced and the like? Neuroscience is the emerging sciences with fast new horizons of research. Objective of this conceptual paper is to monitor philosophy of ‘scanning’ biology in jurisprudential behavioural models towards understanding neurobiological drivers (EEG, ECG, Fmri, Eye Tracking, Skin Conductance, fNIRS, TMT etc.) that underlie behaviour and legal verdict making by means of fundamental tools from, psychology, neuroscience and biology. Methodology presents neuro – apparatus investigations in verdict deliverance. This requires an assessment in multiple, conceptually incompatible dimensions. This includes hybrid modelling attempt with an empirical backdrop. Purpose is to assess that neuro – apparatus investigations have stimulus on ‘Judges Choice’ with reference to prediction, mind-reading, responsibility, treatment and enhancement. Taking a systems-level approach, focus is to replicate philosophy of ‘scanning’ biology in neuro – cyber jurisprudence verdict research. Effects demonstrate indications for extemporaneous counterfactual replication. Major finding is that neuro – cyber jurisprudence verdict research attempts to decide and evaluates prospective verdict using neuro – cyber jurisprudence medium. The achievements of neuroscience shall co-operate better formulation of law and judicial cyber verdicts for a fairer judicial system. Conceptual paper discusses new findings to understand neuro-cyber jurisprudence chromosomal design and offers to answer issues in data – driven leadership verdict-making dynamics.


Keywords: Neuro – Scan, Neuro – Cellular Prism and Neuro – Molecular Helix

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