Episode 165 – Categorical vs. Probabilistic

Categorical vs. Probabilistic

Categorical vs. Probabilistic

Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray tackle two articles in one fantastic episode. First, “Lay Understanding of ‘Identification’: How Jurors Interpret Forensic Identification Testimony” by Henry Swofford and Jessica Cino from the Journal of Forensic Identification. Secondly, the guys tackle a paper from the Journal of Forensic Sciences, “Comparing Categorical and Probabilistic Fingerprint Evidence” by Brandon Garrett, et al. The big question is: should we say “identification” or should we express the same conclusion in a probabilistic manner?

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Episode 137 – 2016 IAI Conference

2016 IAI Conference

2016 IAI Conference

Eric Ray hosts the Double Loop Podcast panel discussion at the 2016 IAI Conference in Cincinnati with Glenn Langenburg joining in remotely. Panelists Henry Swofford, Jessica Cino, and Jeniffer Molina discuss latent print conclusions, new wording, court challenges, and other related topics.

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