This presentation, now available to view for free, was given as a part of the Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence’s (CSAFE) 2020 All Hands Meeting. The meeting brings together researchers, forensic partners, and interested community members to discover potential areas for collaboration, highlight the organization’s achievements, and discuss goals for the future.
The presentation, given by Brandon Garrett, a professor at the Duke University School of Law, discusses the outcomes of recent research projects related to the use of forensic evidence in the courtroom. Projects included a study respond to information about the limitations of forensic evidence and general review of lay perspectives on forensic evidence. Professor Garrett also details the objectives for future projects related to forensic evidence in practice.