Forensics: White House Science and Technology opinion on Bitemark Identification

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Here is the keynote speaker ( Jo Handlesman Ph.D) at a 2015 NIJ conference on forensic science speaking about the unenviable position bitemarkers have attained by showing no reliability in their opinions and being individually inconsistent in their courtroom testimony. Her expectations are that forensic indentification of individuals and specimens be derived from “hard scientific methods.”

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Dr. Michael Bowers is a long time forensic consultant in the US and international court systems.
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2 Responses to Forensics: White House Science and Technology opinion on Bitemark Identification

  1. mbhauptle says:

    Reblogged this on Truth in Forensic Science and commented:
    To all of my peers, I thank God for the truth. This is clearly elucidated, and belongs in your differential final assessment.

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