I grew up in a world largely devoid of science. My childhood television programs exhibited detectives that worked on hunches and tips and informants. But, they did not rely on science. Science was not about crime back in the day, it was about going to the moon. That endeavor was repeated and reinforced in class after class.
After law school, I quickly learned that much of my chosen profession is in fact about science. I came into contact with physicians, chemists, engineers, architects, ...
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