17 States Have Experienced Crime Lab Problems

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Concluding its series on forensic science problems, the Chicago Tribune says that crime labs are notoriously resistant to criticism. A decade ago, as Earl Washington Jr. neared his execution date, a leading DNA expert suggested an analyst in the vaunted Virginia state crime lab might have erred in the case. the lab’s director, Paul Ferrara,
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