April 8, 2011


New Report Explores Controversy Over Forensic Evidence Reliability

If you’ve been following the national controversy over alleged deficiencies in various forensic science disciplines, you’ll be interested in a new report on that subject that appears in the current issue of the University of Illinois Law Review. In a 38-page article, Paul Giannelli, a law professor at Case Western Reserve University with a master’s...
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ED Expert Seeks Your Experiences With “Bath Salts” Drug Abusers

An expert on excited delirium is reaching out through Force Science News for first-hand accounts from officers who have encountered suspects high on so-called “bath salts.” At least one LEO—a sheriff’s deputy from Mississippi, responding to a disturbance call—has been killed, reportedly by an offender under the influence of psychoactive bath salts. In that case,...
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