Virtual program offered by John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Reg. $150
Julie Valentine et al. in Journal of Forensic Nursing (2021)
Virtual CLE offered by NCAJ
June 2021 article by Marc Canellas. IEEE’s 1012 Standard for independent software and hardware verification and validation (IV&V) is under attack in U.S. federal criminal court. As software spreads through the criminal legal system, scientists, engineers, and IEEE have an essential role in ensuring courts understand and respect IEEE 1012 and IV&V. If scientists, engineers, …
This document responds to the DNA Mixture Interpretation: A NIST Scientific Foundation Review (draft) document from June 2021. STRmix prepared this document as guidance for STRmix users who may encounter the NIST review in the court setting.
Live webinar presented by Dr. Maher “Max” NoureddineSeptember 16, 2021, 1:00 pm90 min of CLE credit anticipated As a follow up to his program offered on Aug. 5, 2021, Dr. Noureddine will offer this additional presentation on probabilistic genotyping (PG) software. This presentation will provide more in-depth information about likelihood ratios and PG software used …
Defenders may be interested to read the Connecticut Supreme Court decision, State v. Andre Dawson (2021) in which the Court found that the state failed to present sufficient evidence of constructive possession where the defendant could not be excluded from a DNA mixture containing a partial profile found on a firearm. In the case, a …
By: John S. Buckleton, D.Sc.; Jo-Anne Bright, Ph.D.; Simone Gittelson, Ph.D.; Tamyra R. Moretti, Ph.D.; Anthony J. Onorato, M.C.I.M., M.S.F.S.; Frederick R. Bieber, Ph.D.; Bruce Budowle, Ph.D.; and Duncan A. Taylor, Ph.D.
NC State Crime Lab
By: John M. Butler, Hari Iyer, Rich Press, Melissa K. Taylor, Peter M. Vallone, & Sheila Willis