Episode 153 – Austin Interviews

Austin Interviews

Austin Interviews

Eric sits down with Amanda, Harres, Vanessa, Jack, and Judith from the Austin Exclusionology class to talk about latent print topics and to ask questions back at the Double Loop Podcast. Glenn later joins Eric in commenting on how the discussion went and to give his own comments on conclusion language, GYRO, and how juries interpret our results.

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Episode 143 – 2017 IAI Position Statement

2017 IAI Position Statement

2017 IAI Position Statement

Eric Ray and Glenn Langenburg work their way through the newest position statement from the International Association for Identification. Does it allow examiners to say whatever they want? Is it too vague? Does it overstep the IAI’s role, or does it abandon the IAI’s traditional role in the discipline? All good questions that Eric and Glenn will try to answer (sort of).

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Episode 141 – Goodwin-Bey Case

Goodwin-Bey Case

Goodwin-Bey Case

Eric and Glenn discuss a few emails before delving into a little more on the PCAST report and its impact on the MO v. Goodwin-Bey court case. Firearms evidence linked Goodwin-Bey to a quadruple homicide, but a judge has ruled that the identification decision of the firearms expect will not be heard.

Double Loop Podcast with Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray
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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 116 – Couple of papers

Couple of papers

Couple of papers

Eric and Glenn each discuss a paper that they were involved with recently. Eric and the IAI Subcommittee on Probability Modeling published a short article in the ID News summarizing current and future uses of probabilities in fingerprints. Glenn talks about a recent paper on a proteomic approach for identifying blood.

Double Loop Podcast with Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray
Podcast for Latent Print Examiners
Your source for everything about fingerprints
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