Live webinar presented by Dr. Sherif Soliman and Jason St. Aubin, JD
NIJ report on use of direct PCR which may eliminated the loss of DNA that traditionally occurs during DNA extraction and quantitation
Indigent Defense Services, the Duke Law Center for Criminal Justice and Professional Responsibility, and the Wilson Center for Science and Justice are pleased to announce the 10th annual CLE, “Whiskey in the Courtroom: Evolving Trends in Forensic Science.” “Whiskey 10” will take place March 8 at Duke Law School. Forensic science experts and attorneys who have …
This report by the Penn Carey Law Quattrone Center provides the first-ever comprehensive analysis of presumptive drug field test usage across law enforcement agencies in the United States. Inexpensive and fast, these tests have become a tool of choice for law enforcement agencies. Unfortunately, they are notoriously imprecise and are known to produce “false positives,” …
3-day training offered by NACDL in Las Vegas
Free webinar offered by NACDL
90-minute free-to-attend webinar offered by IDS and the Mecklenburg Public Defender’s Office
The study, published in 2017, by Thomas Andrew and Jennie Duval suggests that as many as 5% of drug overdose deaths are misclassified as such when a full autopsy is not performed. This is because the internal examination would have revealed a different, more likely cause of death.
This study, published in 2019 by Daniel Dye, et al. suggests that 15-20% of drug overdose deaths are misclassified as such without a full autopsy.
Offered by NAPD. Cost is $325 and scholarships are available through NAPD.
Free to attend virtual workshop offered by FTCOE and NC State University