Tag Archives: dentistry

Scientists create trepidation in certain forensic subjects. Target: Bitemarks

Here is a series of 2 posts by Dr. David Averill who is an ex-member and a past president (1995) of  the dental bitemark group, the ABFO. His posts are from February 2011. They contain:  1) the effect of recent … Continue reading

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DNA vs bite mark believers. Guess which wins?

Add another exoneration to the list of 24 exons and wrongful incarcerations involving AAFS/ABFO/FSAB  forensically “certified” dental bite experts. Read the Innocence Project’s news release.  Read the case list and details of DNA versus bite marks in US criminal courts. … Continue reading

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