OSAC Lexicon – online dictionary for forensics

A new registry of terms used in forensics and definitions – here – e.g. here are ten different definitions of “identification” : Identification  In computer forensics, a process involving the search for, recognition and documentation of potential digital evidenceDigital Evidence, Facial Identification, Video/Imaging Technology & Analysis (Digital / Multimedia) 02/23/18 Identification  In facial identification, a… Read More OSAC Lexicon – online dictionary for forensics

Grisham on Flawed Forensics – Read the Transcript

John Grisham wrote a powerful op-ed, here, today in the L.A Times, discussing causes of wrongful convictions, including flawed forensic evidence.  He notes, citing to data that I’ve collected, that “Of the 330 people exonerated by DNA tests between 1989 and 2015, 71% were convicted based on forensic testimony, much of which was flawed, unreliable,… Read More Grisham on Flawed Forensics – Read the Transcript

March 26 Forensics, Statistics and Law conference at UVA

Experts in forensics, statistics and the law will convene for a conference at the University of Virginia School of Law on March 26 to mark the 25th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals Inc., which reshaped how judges evaluate scientific and expert evidence. Judge Jed Rakoff of the U.S.… Read More March 26 Forensics, Statistics and Law conference at UVA