Episode 123 – Conclusion Testimony

Conclusion Testimony

Conclusion Testimony

Eric and Glenn start with a quick review of recent topics from the 2016 OSAC meeting. They then discuss a couple of recent court cases. First, the recent DC Court of Appeals decision in the Marlon Williams case. Second, the motion to preclude latent print testimony in Chicago in the Christopher Robertson case. Both cases focus on how testimony to forensic conclusions may overstate the evidence.

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Episode 104 – What’s in a Touch?

What's in a Touch?

What’s in a Touch?

Glenn and Eric finally record a new episode and catch up on the past month or so including some recap on the IAI conference. After that the guys read an email about the significance of a fingerprint touch on a battery. The episode ends with Eric and Glenn going over a new 9th Circuit Court decision that defines a fingerprint touch as different from possession of a firearm.

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