May 4, 2009
Resources from the Future of Forensic Sciences Symposium
In conjunction with the release of the Committee on Identifying the Needs of the Forensic Science Community (CINFSC) report "Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward", the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law presented the first national symposium on the future of Forensic Science.
The symposium brought together scientists, scholars, and practitioners to "discuss the CINFSC report's findings and recommendations, as well as share their views about how the forensic science disciplines can better advance the fundamental goals of the criminal justice system: to apprehend and punish those who commit crimes, while preventing the wrongful conviction of innocent persons".
To view the webcast of the symposium or for more information see:
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