Monday, January 25, 2021

CA Appellate Decision – Episode 98

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Bob Garrett – Episode 229

Glenn Langenburg and Eric Ray pay special tribute this week to a giant in the fingerprint world, Bob Garrett. With the passing...

Eric and Glenn discuss a recent decision coming down from a California appellate court that upheld fingerprint testimony but uses uninformed and grossly inappropriate comparisons to reach the decision to make that call. Linking fingerprint comparison to eyewitness identification, relying on the jury to compare fingerprints on their own, and declaring the field as almost entirely unscientific misses the mark by a mile.

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