Reports & Papers on Crime Labs & Forensics Reform

Paul C. Giannelli, The 2009 NAS Forensic Science Report: A Literature Review, Case Research Paper Series in Legal Studies (April, 2012).

The National Academy of Sciences Report on Forensic Sciences: What it Means for the Bench and Bar, The Honorable Harry T. Edwards, May 6, 2010.

Paul C. Giannelli, FORENSIC SCIENCE: WHY NO RESEARCH?, Case Research Paper Series in Legal Studies (Sept., 2011).

Paul C. Giannelli, Daubert and Forensic Science: The Pitfalls of Law Enforcement Control of Scientific Research, Case Research Paper Series in Legal Studies (Sept., 2011) SUMMARY.

ASCLD/LAB AND FORENSIC LABORATORY ACCREDITATION: AN ANALYSIS, Memorandum to the New York State Commission of Forensic Science, from Marvin E. Schechter, Esq., (March 25, 2011).

Committee on the Development of the Third Edition of the Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence; Federal Judicial Center; National Research Council, Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence (2011).

Principles and Recommendations to Strengthen Forensic Evidence and Its Presentation in the Courtroom, NACDL, February 27, 2010.

An Examination of Forensic Science in California, California Crime Laboratory Review Task Force, November 2009.

National Research Council, Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward (August 2009).

Wrongful convictions Involving Unvalidated or Improper Forensic Science that Were Later Overturned through DNA Testing, Innocence Project, 2009.

 

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