Episode 124 – Making a Murderer Questions

Making a Murderer Questions

Making a Murderer Questions

Glenn and Eric answer some questions from an email that came in after the Making a Murderer episodes. Is all the extra time used to shield ourselves from bias worth the effort? Do the fact-finders and the general public want our conclusions expressed as associations instead of identifications? Which of our customers decides? The officers, accreditation boards, judges, attorneys, jurors, legislatures?

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Episode 120 – Article – Strength of Conclusions

Article - Strength of Conclusions

Article – Strength of Conclusions

Glenn and Eric discuss a recent article published by Michele Triplett titled, Complexity, Level of Association, and Strength of Fingerprint Conclusions. The guys express their opinions on the strengths and shortcomings of the concepts presented in the paper, why it’s a good idea to express the complexity of a comparison, and why this won’t solve the problem of errors. Before that discussion Glenn clarifies a few things about ninhydrin bleeding through paper to leave reversed prints.

Double Loop Podcast with Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray
Podcast for Latent Print Examiners
Your source for everything about fingerprints
While you’re working on your comparisons, we’ll talk about comparisons