How could the Jury commit Type I and Type II errors in this situation?

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The Discussion for this session addresses a concept mentioned in this week’s readings: The nature of Hypothesis tests in research, TypeI and II Errors, and Null Hypotheses. Please take a look at the following short article. It draws a comparison between the judicial system in the United States and statistical hypothesis testing.

Type I and Type II ErrorsWithin probability and statistics are amazing applications with profound or unexpected results. This page explores type I and types II errors.

When someone is arrested for a crime, say burglary, and goes to trial, there is an (alternative) hypothesis and a null hypothesis.

How could the Jury commit Type I and Type II errors in this situation? In what way does the judicial system guard against a Type I error? Why is this important?

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