WASHINGTON, June 18 (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday made it easier for prosecutors to use expert testimony about DNA laboratory reports at trial without allowing defendants to confront and question the forensic analysts involved in the tests.
Daily Archives: June 18, 2012
Senate committee moves bill to expand DNA database, co-sponsored by state Sen. Nicholas Sacco, of Hudson County
The Australian Federal Police will build a major new state-of-the-art forensics centre near Canberra Airport, giving ACT police access to cutting edge fingerprint, DNA, computer and ballistic analysis.
The national forensic centre, which is expected to be built by September 2015, will allow lightning-fast forensic examinations of crucial evidence gleaned from crime scenes in the ACT, and in federal investigations.
FBI Lab Veteran Dr. Joseph A. DiZinno to Lead IntegenX New D.C. Office as Senior Director of Federal Programs
PLEASANTON, Calif. & ARLINGTON, Va. – (BUSINESS WIRE) – IntegenX Inc., a privately held company and leading developer of rapid human DNA identification technology, today announced the opening of its Washington, D.C.-area office to support the company’s work with federal agencies. The office will be managed by Dr. Joseph A. DiZinno, who has been appointed Senior Director of Federal Programs for IntegenX.