Tag Archives: Michael Ramos

Crime lab admits data-driven forensics is here to stay

Taking a strong stance about using data and therefore statistical analysis, a local crime lab says PCAST reinforced what  is already being done. It’s a rather large generalization, but their hearts are pure.    Now, if only the District Attorneys … Continue reading

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Texas Symposium on Exonerations, bad forensics, bad prosecutions and the death penalty.

Anyone out there knowing a DA supporting the death penalty as a secure means of doling out proper justice in the US might do well to send him/her the information flyer showing the topics being discussed in Houston this August. … Continue reading

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