Part of my practice as a DUI expert witness involves working with Phoenix DUI attorneys. Everything from case reviews, to helping write reports detailing the strengths and weaknesses of the prosecutor and defense attorney’s cases, to expert witness DUI testimony. Regardless of how skilled and knowledgeable your criminal defense attorney is in DUI defense, many times
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The article below tells an all too common tale. A criminal figures they can rip someone else off by selling them fake drugs. The problem is that in many jurisdictions, sale of an imitation controlled substance is also illegal. Remember that next time you are thinking of ways to make a quick buck. Selling “bunk” is
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The Houston Chronicle, a popular source for information about the infamous Houston PD crime lab, just ran an op-ed piece on changes in policy at the Harris County Prosecutor’s Office.
What can you do with one molecule of crack? Nothing, really. It won’t get you high, and you can’t sell it. Heck: You can’t even see it.
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Even after the report by the National Academy of Sciences recommending that forensic labs be independent of police and prosecutor’s offices, those groups still fight to give not give up control (and thereby influence the results of forensic analysis) of crime labs.
D.C.‘s top forensic scientist has been transferred out of the police department amid an increasingly bitter
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A forensic laboratory analyst dry-labs cases. That is, they didn’t actually perform the forensic testing they are supposed to, and instead just simply authors reports that indicate a crime has occurred.
A former chemist with Erie County’s crime laboratory admitted she failed to conduct the proper forensic tests in a local drug case, but authorities
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