The PCDF is honored and excited to announce the web interview with one of the PCDF founders as they discuss many of the unanswered questions surrounding the homicide of Catherine Woods

In his Charles Smith Blog, journalist and lawyer Harold Levy exposes flaws and flawed forensic scientists.  His latest entry focuses on the “bloody” fingerprint used to convict Paul Cortez and the fallibility in the process of obtaining that print.

In June, 2007 the New York State Commission of Investigation concluded that the New York City Police Department Crime Lab Latent Print Division committed numerous errors in evaluating latent prints.

David Moran, University of Michigan law professor and co-founder of the Michigan Innocence Project, is working diligently to recognize and reach out to the wrongly convicted.

An interesting article was recently released in the New York Times highlighting the study of faulty scientific evidence used to wrongfully convict people in the United States.

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