Monthly Archives: December 2019
#Forensics: Bitemarkers still believe their bs garbage is science. See the damage it creates. Bill Richards case is horrendous
Im glad I could help with Bill’s case. I saw him convicted in 1997 and saw him walk out of jail in 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwQOhk2anh8
#Forensic Trash. Much like graphology and bitemarks which DAs still love. Why Are Cops Around the World Using This Outlandish Mind-Reading Tool?
#Forensics: Good news @ForensicOdont Prof Iain Pretty and @bldesportes Betty Layne Desportes and @cchampod Prof Chris Champod getting some lifetime kudos. A dentist, a lawyer and a statistician. Congrats and well deserved.
#Forensics: A rare occurrence. State Bar files ‘formal charge’ against a former prosecutor named Hinckley | Cops & Courts |
The Wyoming State Bar alleges former Teton County Deputy Prosecutor Becket Hinckley violated seven rules during the prosecution of Josh Black’s aggravated assault case. — Read on http://www.jhnewsandguide.com/content/tncms/live/
#Forensics: Looking at the legal barriers to prove innocence. A bad defense lawyer cost me six years of freedom. I’m still waiting on my appeal 12 years later.
Chandra Bozelko explains why so many ineffective counsel appeals fail, even when they seemingly ought to succeed. — Read on http://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/bad-defense-lawyer-cost-me-six-years-freedom-i-m-ncna1094306
This cite contains forensics-related articles, books and databases. Impressive. https://sites.google.com/view/forensicscience-openaccess/home
On societal, legal and moral grounds. By Liliana Segura and Jordan Smith. https://theintercept.com/series/the-condemned/