When there is evidence of potentially exculpatory nature, the state (and their agents), are supposed to release that data to defense attorneys.
It’s amazing to learn that only when the local news starts investigating, can the public learn that the manufacturer of the gas chromatograph, at the heart of the recent Scottsdale Crime Lab legal challenge, categorized
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I testified in this trial.
The “sequencing error” is just one of many repeating software related errors Scottsdale Crime Lab seems to suffer from.
“I didn’t have very much to drink at all, just a couple of these little tiny beers they had,” said Ryan, who asked we not use his last name.
He said he was pulled over near Osborn and
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So much for Piers Morgan’s (and his ilk) “no legitimate purpose” argument. Here is a case where a semi-automatic rifle was used for self-defense, successfully.
Jasper Brisbon, 32, wandered up to a couple late Friday at the Lynnewood Apartments as the pair spoke outside their unit. Brisbon, they told police, appeared to be on drugs. He
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And yet they still testify their results are accurate to within +/- 5% 99.9999% of the time.
Hundreds of drunken-driving cases from the past four years could be called into question if a legal effort challenging the accuracy of the Scottsdale Police Department’s blood-testing equipment is successful.
Eleven felony DUI cases in Scottsdale have been consolidated into an ongoing
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Sorry guys, the new ultimate in concealed carry leaves you out. You just can’t hide a handgun in your vagina.
The best part of the story has to do with the methamphetamine in her butt-crack is only a footnote.
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