Expert Forensic Voices

To say that Grigori Rasputin was a controversial figure in pre-revolutionary Russia is an understatement.
by Dolly Stolze
3:41pm
12.13.2017
Anyone who has used photography to recover impressions knows the process is much more involved than simply taking a picture.
by Owen McDonnell
3:29pm
12.13.2017
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Experienced experts learn more from consult work than they learn when they limit themselves to government cases.
by Judy Melinek, M.D.
3:25pm
12.13.2017
Virtual reality offers unparalleled capabilities to support and facilitate forensic activities.
by Eduardo Neeter, Principal, FactualVR, Inc.
1:29pm
12.7.2017
Tape measures, measuring wheels, rulers, pencils, note pads and graph paper: as crime scene investigators, we have all spent hours at scenes taking measurements and creating rough sketches with these tools.
by Owen McDonnell
8:00am
9.7.2017
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Science is rarely certain—it relies on statistical probability, and acknowledges that outliers can and do exist.
by Judy Melinek, M.D.
8:00am
9.6.2017
The reliance on forensic sciences in criminal cases has increased substantially in recent years through advancing technology, thereby fostering oversight of the scientific evidence used in criminal cases.
by Natalie Arvizu, JD, and Gil Sapir, JD, MSc
8:00am
9.6.2017
More than six decades after the conflicts in Korea and Vietnam, historic political shifts result in a rise in ancient DNA (aDNA) collection and the need for sophisticated forensic labs to meet the needs for today’s aDNA processing techniques.
by Ken Mohr and Jinhee Lee
8:00am
9.4.2017
The best intentions at the highest levels of forensic science are still being lost on the consumer – the lawyers and judges.
by Robert M. Sanger
11:03am
6.23.2017
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