“FIASCO IN TALLAHASSEE: THE WEAK CASE AGAINST HENRY SEGURA LIMPS ON”

You ought to read the post quoted above that is from Fault Lines (Mimesis Law) today written by Ken Womble. Here is the link.

In fact, the post should be required reading for criminal defense lawyers who worry about the integrity of crime lab scientists and their supervisors. Be sure to click on the link found at these words, “this bombshell of exculpatory evidence on the eve of trial.” The link will take you to some scary shit. (Per crime lab supervisor, don’t follow up on DNA found in a relevant place from someone other than the defendant–an international drug dealer–even though the FBI recommends it.)

By the way, both the substance and quality of the writing in Fault Lines has caused me to look forward to the daily e-mails telling me what’s up next. Since I am both old and jaded, that is high praise indeed! (I suspect that the estimable Scott Greenfield is secretly the editor-in-chief of Fault Lines.)

RGK

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