NACDL Discusses How Scientific Evidence Can Affect Criminal Cases

According to a report released by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, forensic evidence that is used in court often in based on speculative research, interpretations and quality control procedures. The NACDL is supporting reform efforts in the forensic science community, and organization president Cynthia Orr said crime labs throughout the country have uncovered hundreds of cases where mistakes have been made, resulting in false convictions.

Learn more on the NADCL report from April 2010.

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