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May 16, 2008

The Trouble with Forensics

Roger Koppl has a very nice piece in Forbes discussing the gap between the perceived power of forensic science and its reality.  See Here.   He sketches potential reforms, all of which are sensible and relatively easily accomplished.  The value of the piece, however, lies in its placement in Forbes, thus giving the topic the popular attention it deserves.

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