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Forensic Evidence: Uses And Disuse Through Trial
Forensic Evidence: Uses And Disuse Through Trial


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Forensic Evidence can make or break a case. In this March 1, 2021, 1.5-hour program, Florina Altshiler, Esquire, who is a partner in the law firm of Russo & Gould LLP with offices in Buffalo, New York and New York City, gives a practical explanation of two of the most significant types of forensic evidence: DNA and Latent Fingerprints. In her presentation, she covers the significant points of each including definitions, types, testing, admissibility and more.

Ms. Altshiler has many years of experience in litigation both as a lead attorney in many civil trials and as an Assistant District Attorney in criminal trials.

Major topics include:
- what it is; where it is; common uses of DNA; how it is collected; testing; chain of custody
- possible results from testing
- CODIS; The DNA Identification Act
-admission of DNA evidence
Latent Fingerprints
- defined; how they are recovered
- types of prints
- comparison of prints
- admissibility

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