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April 2011 , Page 19 

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By Various Authors

Readers responded to the January/February 2011 article by Demosthenes Lorandos [“Saving Tonya Craft: An Integration of Science and Law”].

As a member of the defense bar in Georgia, I want to commend Demosthenes and the team of attorneys and experts who worked so hard to prove Ms. Craft’s innocence. The money spent on this fiasco is unfathomable. Think of those who might be similarly accused who could not afford such a magnificent defense.
Marcia G. Shein
Shein & Brandenburg
Atlanta, Georgia

The Tonya Craft article is a wonderful reminder that trials, particularly child sex cases involving complicated forensic evidence, are won primarily because of the thorough and extensive preparation done outside of the courtroom. Congrats to Mr. Lorandos and his team.
Michael Satin
Training Director
Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia

The “Saving Tonya Craft” article was inspiring and informative, as our scientific defense in this area has centered primarily on flaws
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