Forensic Science from many different directions, some not so much “science”

Through the years, scientists say a "CSI effect" has taken hold shaping the way jurors and prosecutors perceive crime scene investigations.

I will kill Radovan Krejcir if he escapes, says forensic consultant Paul O’Sullivan. The expert who sleuths with the police and may be taking things a bit too far regarding being a “neutral” spectator of fact and science.

300 episodes of “CSI” has established its “effect” in actual case work expectations by juries. 

More on Oregon’s state wide crime-lab reviews. 

The “Smell of Death” is a conundrum. 

Cyber crime lady inspires the media to do a TV series properly called “Cyber crime.”

The “bone detective (s)” at the Smithsonian Anthropology department.  This institution has been the cutting edge anthro facility for generations.

9 examples of junk forensic science. 



About csidds

Dr. Michael Bowers is a long time forensic consultant in the US and international court systems.
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