Duke Law School presents Whiskey in the Courtroom: Emerging Trends in Forensic Science March 20, 2015. (The titles “is taken from a late 19th Century North Carolina case in which the verdict was overturned because the jury had been drinking whiskey during deliberations.” Topics include:
- sleep deprivation and decision-making
- child sex abuse cases
- cell tower evidence
- fingerprint, DNA,and firearm databases
The symposium is sponsored by the Duke Center for Criminal Justice and Professional Responsibility and the North Carolina Office of Indigent Defense Serivces.
Registration is full.