Robert Rembert may have left more victims along his truck route in the ensuring years – and detectives are now piecing together past clues, according to authorities.
The largest conference on DNA analysis took place this week in a massive convention complex that proved the old Texan slogan: everything really is bigger in Texas.
New science is making things a little more complicated when it comes to DNA. One state is now looking at thousands of cases to make sure their analysis of identification probabilities was accurate for the last 15-plus years.
As the steady drumbeat of mass shootings continues in the United States, amid the debate of gun control and mental illness, a new military study suggests that big-data prediction can offer warning signals of the next person to resort to violence.
By the end of this month, an estimated 6,000 inmates will be freed from federal prisons, based on new sentencing recommendations from the U.S. Sentencing Commission last year. It is the first wave of an estimated 46,290 offenders who will serve less time based on the new guidelines, emphasizing leniency on small-time offenders.
A man sentenced to six years in prison for threatening to post a sex tape of a county court clerk and two other men on Facebook had his conviction overturned by the Georgia Supreme Court this week.
After years of interviews and follow-up investigations, charges were brought against two men Friday, which appear to solve the 31-year-old mystery.
Hospital CT scans produced images which are then downloaded to 3-D printers that utilize a material that is almost an exact analogue to the actual bone structure.
The forest in eastern Poland appears peaceful, normal, serene. But what is hidden in that soil at Treblinka tells the story of perhaps the greatest crime of the 20th century.
Digital Forensic Investigators can now find trending news and exclusive articles on Forensic News Daily. The exceptional content you've become accustomed to in the DFI News Newsletter will be published in the Forensic News Daily that reaches forensic professionals with editorial coverage they can use.
Although Egyptian archaeology has unearthed the most well-known mummies over the centuries, the builders of the Pyramids were not the only civilization elaborately preserving their dead.
Gun control has long been a hot-button issue as state and federal law move to reflect the changing dynamics of gun ownership in America. A new study examined the relationship between concealed handgun licensing (CHL) legislation and crime rates to better understand if greater access to guns leads to more criminal activity.
Hunting down an information security adversary could be like fighting a hydra. But, cutting off each head whack-a-mole style is not an effective response to a potential data breach disaster.
When organizations realize that response is not enough, they go hunting. Often the response to an information security breach is reactive, but today’s incident response hunt teams take a more proactive approach.
An outspoken federal appeals court judge wrote a lengthy critique of the entire criminal justice system in the U.S. in June – an assessment that has since caused a furor from courtrooms to police departments, and crime scenes to evidence storage rooms.