The Orange County Prosecutor’s Office move to wrest control of the crime lab away from the sheriff’s department. While outsiders sometimes point out that having a crime lab under the control of a police agency can lead to lab staff being pressured to bias their opinions, or perhaps even those analysts who seem to be
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This article hits on a very important point. The popular TV show states “the evidence doesn’t lie.” That’s true, but evidence doesn’t speak either. It’s up to the forensic scientists at trial to give voice to the evidence. The problem lies in the interpretation the forensic scientists puts on the evidence.
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While investigating the murder of a famous archaeologist, Mac and the team unravel a murder mystery over 70 years in the making.
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Forensic points of interest this episode:
Rat blood detected on the oven mitt.
A zip-gun made from a ballpoint pen.
One of the clues the team discovers is an oven mitt with a mixture
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I went out and watched The Dark Knight this weekend. Good movie. I’m not sure it’s as good as all the buzz surrounding it, but worth the ticket price.
Let me explain a little about my past experiences with Batman. I grew up watching the Adam West/Burt Ward 1960’s
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