Monthly Archives: October 2013

BITEMARK EVIDENCE : THE FORENSIC DICHOTOMY : 24 CASES VS THEORIES

The courtroom and public rhetoric of bite mark proponents clearly ignores the reality of their casework. My latest book “Forensic Testimony” reveals the disconnect between judicial rules of evidence (which indicates the courts’ expectation of scientific reliability) and the self-serving … Continue reading

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