Symposium Foreward: Daubert, Innocence, and the Future of Forensic ScienceTulsa Law Review (2007)
AbstractThe years since Daubert have not been kind to those seeking to challenge prosecutorial expert evidence, as many of the Symposium authors recognize. After two decades of trying to convince courts that there is no empirical basis for handwriting identification testimony declaring a match between two samples, Michael Risinger claims to be packing his bags and leaving the island until there is a more conducive climate for examining the reliability problems.
- expert witness testimony
Citation InformationJane Moriarty, Symposium Foreward: Daubert, Innocence, and the Future of Forensic Science, 43 Tulsa Law Review 229 (2007).