Forensics: How not to exaggerate DNA Likelihood ratios for lawyers.

It all starts with lawyers and judges learning some science. Good luck with that. Someone says “knowledge is not understanding.” This piece desxribes the didference.

By Raymond ValerioChief of the Forensic Science Unit, Bronx County (New York) District Attorney’s Office Knowing this, I wrote an article for the WIRE…
— Read on www.tdcaa.com/journal/likelihood-ratios-for-lawyers/

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