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Why evidence of bite mark matching should be viewed skeptically, and can be highly misleading and unreliable.
Information about the courtroom use of forensic computer animation, whether as an exhibit or demonstative aid, or as a reconstruction of an event or as opinion evidence.
An introduction to forensic entomology, its uses and limitations.
What are the signs of an accidental versus intentionally set vehicle fire.
Describing the effects of material selection, design, process and service condition on plastic parts.
Tactics for admitting or challenging forensic animation.
The process of finding evidence found in computers and digital storage media.
Considerations for admitting or challenging forensic computer animation.
Discussing the forensic examiner's goals when examining computer data.
Distinguishing vehicle arson cases from accidental fires.
Use of NFPA 921 and failure analysis for fire investigations.
Describing common misconceptions about fire behavior and fire science.
How arc fault circuit interrupters can prevent house fires.
Describing the potentially catastrophic effects of a defective weld.
Detailing the causes of a bulkhead failure in a Florida port.
Acquiring, processing and leveraging magnetic evidence
Information on the present status of forensic computer animation, and probable future developments.
An introduction to the production of computer animation.
When an expert witness may be permitted to testify beyond the scope of his written report.
Implications of possible conflict between bite mark identification opinion and DNA results.