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Crime Scene Investigation, Collection, Reconstruction / Cold Case Expert Witnesses

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Richard Ernest
Lab Director
6058 East Lancaster Ave.
Fort Worth TX 76112
USA
phone: 817-228-6526
Richard Ernest is an award winning Forensic Scientist and Consultant who has over 31 years of Experience in Analytical Criminalistics and Forensic Ballistics. During his career he has worked literally thousands of forensic cases, and testified hundreds of times. Mr. Ernest is one of a very few private forensic ballistics consultants in the United States. He also owns and operates his own independent forensic firearms laboratory. He has worked cases all across the United States. His clients include law enforcement agencies, district attorney's offices, civil and criminal case lawyers, private individuals, journalists, writers, educators and students.

Mr. Ernest has performed work on such notable cases as the Atlanta Murdered and Missing Children (Georgia vs. Wayne Williams), the Branch Davidian cases from Waco, the Texas Cadets Murder (Texas vs. David Graham and Dianne Zamora), the Miami SWAT case (USA vs. Acuna, et. al. - the Richard Brown case), and the Jayson Williams case (NJ vs. Jayson Williams).

Areas of Expertise:
  • Firearm Examination and Testing
  • Bullet and Cartridge Case Examinations and Comparisons
  • Ammunition Evaluation and Testing
  • Shooting Scene Reconstructions
  • Shooting Accident Reconstructions
  • Shooting Scene Re-enactments
  • Distance Determinations from Gunshot Wounds and Clothing
  • Gunshot Residue Analysis (GSR) and GSR Consultation
  • Tool Mark Examinations and Comparisons
  • Gun Safety and Design Issues
  • Serial Number Restorations
  • Crime Scene Examinations and Consultations
  • Footwear Identification
  • Tire Track Identification
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    Steven Howard
    Investigator / Consultant
    209 N. Walnut, Upper Level
    Lansing MI 48933
    USA
    phone: 517-374-9000
    fax: 517-374-9001 or Alt Fax- 517-703-1988
    Steven Howard provides a wide range of Consulting and Expert Witness Services to the legal professional in an ample variety of Firearms, Ammunition, Knives, Blades, Explosive Devices and many other related subjects. His Primary Area of Experience is Gunsmithing and Certified Public Armorer. Mr. Howard has a college degree in Gunsmithing and is a licensed attorney in the state of Michigan. He is a former Federal Agent with the U.S. Border Patrol and a former Federal Police Officer with the Department of Defense. He has 35 years of Gunsmithing experience and is a Certified Police Armorer.

    Services Include:
  • All Standard Firearms
  • Almost all Machine Guns
  • Silencers
  • Ammunition
  • Testing
  • Shooting Scene Reconstruction
  • Crime Scene Reconstruction
  • Spears
  • Knives
  • Explosive Devices
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    Allan Bayle
    Independent Fingerprint Expert
    77 Great North Way
    Hendon
    London England NW4 1PT
    GBR
    phone: 044-0208-201-5687
    fax: 044-0208-201-5687
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    Allan Bayle is a Forensic Scientist who has been engaged in the Identification of Persons by means of Finger, Thumb and Palm Prints for more than 31 years. Mr. Bayle is a member of the Society of Expert Witnesses and enrolled on the United Kingdom Register of Expert Witnesses. During his career with the Metropolitan Police Service, his name was on the register of Fingerprint Experts in England & Wales, which is held at The National Training Centre for Scientific Support to Crime Investigation in Durham, on behalf of the Association of Chief Police Officers.

    Mr. Bayle successfully completed the basic and advanced Forensic Scene Examination courses within the Metropolitan Police Service. He accomplished five operational tours of duty, examining scenes of crime covering burglary to murder scenes. In 1993, he received a commendation for his outstanding scene examination.

    Allan Bayle has been a recognized expert since 1981. In April 1998, he completed a Forensic Ridgeology course in America and has given evidence on finger / palm identifications and related matters in all types of courts, including the Federal Court in Philadelphia, USA. He is considered considered Britain's leading authority on Forensic Ridgeology.

    Areas of Expertise
    • Re-examination of Latent Print Evidence
    • Examination and Analyzing of Evidence for Latent Finger and Palm Prints (prosecution or defense
    • Comparison of Latent Prints and Inked (record) Finger and Palm Prints
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    Francis T. "Jay" Jarvis
    Forensic Scientist
    PO Box 116
    Armuchee GA 30105
    USA
    phone: 706-331-9971
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    Francis T. "Jay" Jarvis has over 30 years of experience as a Forensic Scientist, specializing in Forensic Ballistics and Firearms Analysis.

    During his 32 plus year career, Mr. Jarvis either performed casework in or was a supervisor for most of the forensic disciplines. Between 1982 and 1997, he wore a multitude of hats, performing casework in:
    • Firearms and Tool Marks
    • Hair
    • Fibers
    • Glass Comparisons
    • Footwear Tread Examinations
    • Tire Tread Examinations
  • Fire Debris and Explosives Analysis
  • Latent Fingerprint Processing
  • Marijuana Identification
  • Presumptive Blood Testing
  • Crime Scene Analysis
  • Filament Analysis
  • Following his retirement from the Georgia State Crime Lab, Jay Jarvis started Arma Forensics to provide personalized, timely and unbiased forensic services for clients. He has testified as an expert in Federal Court and the courts of Georgia and several other states over 750 times. Mr. Jarvis' specialty is firearms identification and ballistics but he also has casework experience in trace evidence.

    Mr. Jarvis has extensive experience in crime laboratory accreditation, having served as an accreditation assessor and as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors Laboratory Accreditation Board (ASCLD/LAB), including one year as the Board Chair.

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    Jay Jarvis
    Georgia’s Crime Doctor is the story of Dr. Herman Jones, the Alabama native who is responsible for establishing the Georgia State Crime Laboratory. Tracing the steps of Jones and his wife June back to Auburn in the 1930’s, this book chronicles the people, places and events which shaped modern day forensic science in the state of Georgia.
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    Roger W. Chappell
    104 Clear Ridge Cove
    Georgetown TEXAS (TX) 78628
    USA
    phone: 281-793-3455
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    Roger Chappell Security Expert PhotoRoger W. Chappell, has over 25 years of experience in the Law Enforcement and Security industry. His experience allows him to assist attorneys for both Plaintiff and Defense in determining whether or not minimum industry standards were met regarding premises liability. Additionally, he has a vast array of experience in criminal investigations.

    Mr. Chappell has been summoned to testify as an Expert Witness in Texas District Courts on more than 20 occasions involving the following matters:
    • Premises Security Adequacy
    • Murder
    • Capital Murder
    • Felony Murder of a Police Officer
    • Aggravated Robbery
    Experience - Mr. Chappell is a 9 year Marine Corps Veteran and 22 year retired police supervisor in Houston, Texas. He is also a former corporate security manager, police crime prevention specialist, detective supervisor, police training manager, and internal affairs sergeant. Mr. Chappell coordinated numerous security related functions at hotels, bars and night clubs, and apartments. He has handled large events during the Super Bowl, MLB All Stars, and NCAA Final Four events. He was also a hostage negotiator for over 12 years responsible for the safe resolution to highly stressful and violent events.

    Education / Training: Roger Chappell has a masters degree in Criminal Justice Management from Sam Houston State University. He has over 3,000 hours of training relating to active shooter, homicide investigations, kidnappings, interviewing and interrogation, crime scene process, and mental health issues.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Security Guards Negligence
    • Bar & Nightclub Bouncers Issues
    • Use of Force
    • Investigations and Surveillance
    • Detention and Arrest by Security / Non-Security Personnel
  • Premises Security Issues / Adequacy
  • Security Management
  • Police Policies and Procedures
  • Workplace Violence Issues
  • Unlicensed Security Activity
  • State and Local Regulatory Compliance
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    7/7/2015 · Security
    A report of shots fired at the Navy Yard in Washington, D. C. brought a huge response from law enforcement from all areas. The response was immediate and overwhelming. As it turns out, the report was false. The incident remains under investigation at the time of this writing.

    5/26/2015 · Security
    Coordinating security for corporate offices, hotels, apartments, convenience stores, and just about every other possible location can have its challenges. Coordinating security at major events, however, is especially challenging. This article will focus on some of the challenges I faced when coordinating security for several events and locations in Houston, Texas for Super Bowl XXXVI.

    Not long after I promoted to sergeant, I was training in a patrol division. I was riding with another sergeant when we received a call from two patrol officers. They were at an apartment complex and had chased a male into an apartment. They requested a supervisor go by with them. So, as part of my training, we went.

    I have read a number of books, studies, and court cases in my career to support the fact that eyewitness identification, by itself, is never sufficient enough to send a person to prison. This is not news. Over the past 20 years, more and more people are being exonerated for violent crimes due to DNA . This article is not to rehash old arguments. Instead, it is more of a reminder to investigators everywhere to not finalize a case, charge a person, and send them to prison based solely on an eyewitness' identification.

    3/26/2015 · Law Enforcement
    During my 22-year law enforcement career, I became involved in countless situations in which I personally dealt with people in mental health crisis. My first incident involved a Hispanic male armed with a pistol. I learned a significant amount from that single incident: so much, in fact, that I made the decision to join the Houston Police Department's Hostage Negotiation Team. The techniques I have learned over the years can be applicable to almost anyone, at any time, in just about any situation. In the following paragraphs, I will recount a few incidents in which I was involved and discuss the techniques used to end each the situation safely. Understand that this is not a specific "how-to guide" that may be applied to every situation. Instead, the use of these techniques will simply allow a person that becomes aware of a certain situation - to be able to attempt to stabilize the incident prior to first responders' arrival.

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    Dan L. Vogel
    PO Box 5862
    Edmond OK 73083
    USA
    phone: 405-615-6877
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    Dan L. Vogel is a retired FBI Special Agent with a Masters Degree in Administration of Justice and 27 years experience in Federal Law Enforcement. During his FBI career, he worked white collar crime, international terrorism, violent crime, applicant processing, and media matters. During his last 15 years with the FBI, he served as Oklahoma City Coordinator for the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime. In this capacity, he worked on all types of violent crimes from throughout the United States and Canada.

    Since retirement, Mr. Vogel has worked as a Forensic Consultant/Expert Witness on premises liability cases, murder, rape, abduction, crime statistics, FBI applicant matters, wrongful death, search and seizure, FBI policies and procedures, and excessive force. He has testified as an expert in Federal and state cases.

    In December 2009, Mr. Vogel volunteered to assist in locating a child who was abducted in Oklahoma in 1968. The investigation located him in 2011 and DNA confirmed his identity. Mother and son have been re-united after 44 years.

    In June 2013, Mr. Vogel was added to the Consulting Committee for The American Investigative Society of Cold Cases.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Criminal Investigative Analysis
    • Crime Scene Analysis
    • Victim Assessment
    • Foreseeability
    • Equivocal Death
    • Wrongful Death
    • Crime Risk
    • False Allegations
    • Profiling
  • Murder
  • Rape
  • Abduction
  • Crime Statistics
  • FBI Applicant Matters
  • FBI Policies and Procedures
  • Wrongful Death
  • Search and Seizure
  • Excessive Force
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    8/25/2015 · Law Enforcement
    In 1982, a foreign diplomat was assassinated a few blocks from a Federal law enforcement agency office. There were no computers, cell phones, or pagers. Within 18 months, investigators made 18 arrests and put two major terrorist organizations out of business. This article will explain how this was accomplished with no digital technology.

    6/30/2015 · Law Enforcement
    This article will discuss the attempted management of a convicted cooperating witness who continued his cons while working with the government. He was a constant challenge with many interesting events. These types of people do not change their personalities just because they are "cooperating". The first time I met him he said, "You'll like me in 15 minutes". He was right.

    4/30/2015 · Criminology
    Homicide cases in which the victim cannot be identified are difficult to solve and profile. This article will discuss the importance of victimology in a homicide investigation.

    Violent Crime has increased dramatically in the United States in the past 50 years. Many of these crimes involve serial homicide and rape which are especially challenging for investigators and experts since the perpetrators are usually experienced at what they do and don't leave many clues at the crime scene (if it can even be found). Plus, these crimes have a tendency to gain a lot of notoriety from the news media and public which results in intense pressure on the police department or investigating agency to solve these crimes quickly.

    6/5/2014 · Psychology
    Many times investigators and experts are confronted with cases which are equivocal: uncertain or questionable. For example, a death appears to be suicide but may actually be murder staged to appear to be a suicide. There are also cases which appear to be suicide but are actually accidental deaths. This article will provide a questionnaire for investigators and experts when confronted with these types of cases. The questionnaire is provided to attempt to determine the mental state of the victim just prior to his or her death and whether or not the victim was suicidal.

    5/8/2014 · Criminology
    John Delorean was a very successful executive at General Motors and was known for developing the Pontiac GTO, the Pontiac Firebird, Pontiac Grand Prix, Chevrolet Vega, and the DeLorean DMC-12 sports car, which was later featured in the 1985 film Back to the Future. In 1982 Delorean was arrested by the FBI for drug trafficking. "The alleged drug trafficking was supposedly an attempt to raise funds for his struggling company, which declared bankruptcy that same year. He successfully defended himself against the drug trafficking charges, showing that his alleged involvement was a result of entrapment by federal agents". Delorean was found not guilty on August 16, 1984.

    This article will focus on how to research FBI policies and procedures for the operation of informants. These documents are available to the public through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIPA). Researching FBI records can be very difficult and frustrating since many of the records are not searchable once you find the record you desire. Lawyers who need help researching these records may find that it is more cost effective to hire an expert to find the information they need.

    2/28/2014 · Law Enforcement
    Many young people make bad decisions which may follow them the rest of their lives and close doors to great opportunities as they progress through the work force. The bad decisions which seem like a "fling" at the time now have disastrous consequences when the young person has an interest in a job that requires a security clearance with a background investigation and polygraph.

    Violent Crime has increased dramatically in the United States in the past 50 years. Many premises liability cases involve violent crimes that could have been prevented if the landowner had taken the appropriate precautions based on industry standards. Foreseeability is important in determining whether violent crime could have been predicted based on past violent events. This information is easily obtained due to advances in computer technology. The public can now access this information in most locations throughout the United States.

    False allegations are seen in several types of cases and are very problematic for police since extensive investigation must be conducted to corroborate the victim's allegations. A great deal of resources can be wasted in these investigations since the alleged crime never took place. One study indicated that false rape allegations constituted 41% of all forcible rape cases in one police department. There are indicators of false allegations that may help police and experts determine whether a crime took place.

    10/15/2013 · Criminology
    Your personal security is based on your life style, and personal decisions. The Risk Continuum will assist you in determining your risk for becoming the victim of a violent crime. Minor changes in your life style may have a major impact on whether or not you will become a violent crime victim. There are many risk factors that you should consider when trying to reduce your level of risk.

    Victimology is defined as an assessment of everything that can be known about the victim of a crime, and is a critical tool for the investigator and experts which can lead to the quick solution of a criminal case or the resolution of a premises liability matter involving a violent crime.

    9/5/2013 · Law Enforcement
    Offenders will sometimes stage a violent crime because they know that they need to re-direct the investigation. The problem for some of them is that they are unfamiliar with crime scene investigation procedures and may make themselves more obvious as a suspect.

    8/19/2013 · Law Enforcement
    Defendant was observed driving a vehicle with a cracked windshield and a broken driver's side rear tail lens. He was stopped by the police for equipment violations and was asked various questions which indicated that he might be transporting money from an illegal drug transaction. Police asked if they could search the car and the defendant refused.

    The assessment of victim risk by an expert witness in a premises liability case may become critical to the successful outcome of the case. This article provides a Daubert style methodology for determining whether the victim was at low, moderate, or high risk for a crime of violence.

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    Donald R. Schuessler, MS
    Physical Evidence Consultant
    PO Box 8528
    Coburg OR 97408
    USA
    phone: 541-517-0397
    Donald R. Schuessler, MS is a Physical Evidence and Certified Bloodstain Pattern Examiner. He has been working in Forensic Evidence Evaluation and Crime Scene Investigation since 1978. His previous work for the Eugene Police Department and as a Deputy Medical Examiner provide a broad base of experience and knowledge useful to both the defense and prosecution and have contributed to many successful case resolutions.

    The only certified examiner in the state of Oregon, Mr. Schuessler provides expert witness testimony throughout the Pacific Northwest. He has given expert opinion testimony in the state courts of Oregon, Washington, California, Utah and federal courts in Oregon and Washington. He also provides consultations and case review in Oregon, Washington, California, Nevada, Idaho, New Jersey, Ohio, and Arizona.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Crime Scene Reconstruction
    • Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
    • Latent Print Identification
    • Shooting Reconstruction - Bullet Flight Path
    • Footwear Impression Identification
    • Death Investigation
  • Serial Number Restoration
  • Firearms Operation Identification
  • Presumptive Blood Test
  • Marijuana Identification
  • Digital Photography
  • Evidence Integrity / Chain of Custody Procedure
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    Martinelli & Associates: Justice & Forensic Consultants, Inc.
    Temecula CA 92591
    USA
    phone: 951-719-1450
    fax: 951-501-2952
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    Dr. Ron Martinelli, Ph.D., BCFT, CFA, CLS, is a former Criminal Justice Training Center Director and current Police / Corrections Practices, Criminal Investigations and Use of Force Instructor Consultant with a unique combination of extensive field experience and academic credentials that attorneys, judges and juries appreciate and commend. He has been representing agency defense and concerned plaintiff clients since 1991.

    Dr. Martinelli serves as chief legal consultant, police practices expert and trial specialist. He has an impressive and diverse law enforcement background in police, corrections, probation and private security practices and training and premises liability. Dr. Martinelli is an experienced police practices expert qualified in Federal and State Courts who specializes in 4th, 8th and 14th Amendment litigation. He is skilled in incident reconstruction, evidence gathering, discovery, forensic legal analysis ans testimony. Dr. Martinelli is also a Board Certified Expert in Forensic Traumatology, an AELE Certified Litigation Specialist in Police/Corrections Practices and a Certified Force Analyst through the Force Science Center, Minnesota State University.

    Dr. Martinelli has been referred to by attorney clients as "the expert's expert." He has a 90% case WIN ratio with over $120 Million saved defending agencies and over $30 Million recovered for plaintiff's since 2004 alone. He provides attorneys, State Attorney General Offices and municipalities with superior consulting and expert witness services in the fields of law enforcement practices, liability, negligence, litigation, criminal prosecution and criminal defense. Police practices and forensic expert to the States of NV, NM, NE, WV, Denver, Miami Beach and numerous municipalities. Forensic expert consultant to CNN Headline News, Discovery and History Channels.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Arrests
    • Search & Seizure
    • Use of Force / Excessive Force - All Levels and Weaponry
    • Officer Involved Shootings(OIS)
    • In-Custody Deaths
    • Criminal Investigations
    • Police Practices, Training & Supervision
    • Adult & Juvenile Corrections
    • Law Enforcement Negligence
    • Civilian Self-Defense, Security, Foreseeable Harm
    • Insurance Cases.
    4/25/2012 · Law Enforcement
    An officer detains an active parolee gang member for questioning, and during the detention, the suspect suddenly runs. The officer chases the suspect for two blocks, observes the suspect to be grabbing into his shorts pocket.

    On November 5, 2010, Superior Court Judge Hon. Robert Perry sentenced former BART Police Officer Johannes Mehserle to two years in state prison for the January 1,2009, accidental shooting death of 22-year-old Oscar Grant at the Fruitdale BART station.

    11/3/2011 · Law Enforcement
    San Francisco Police officers respond to a call of an agitated mentally disturbed and disabled man in a wheelchair wielding a knife and vandalizing parked cars on a downtown city street. A group of at least six uniformed and plain clothes officers locate and surround the man who remains seated in his wheelchair. The officers' initial attempts to communicate with the angry, apparently delusional and armed man prove ineffective.

    9/13/2011 · Law Enforcement
    An officer responding to a report of a domestic argument between husband and wife observes the husband walking down the street.

    7/15/2011 · Law Enforcement
    One of the most pressing problems within the law enforcement and use-of-force instructor communities is the reconciliation of force deployments with subject noncompliance and resistance.

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    David Goodwin
    Owner / Director
    8 The Sidings
    Irthlingborough Northamptonshire NN9 5RZ
    GBR
    phone: 44-0-7846-401211
    fax: 44-0-1604-533409
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    David Goodwin has over 32 years of Fingerprint Analysis and has been a Home Office registered Fingerprint Expert for over 28 years. The Owner and Director of Fingerprint Associates Ltd., Mr. Goodwin is a recognised fingerprint expert with very recent knowledge of IDENT1 and other Bureau activities and is registered with the National Policing Improvement Agency (N.P.I.A) as an Expert Advisor. His background includes 10 years with the Metropolitan Police, New Scotland Yard and 18 Years with Northamptonshire Police as the Head of Fingerprint Services. Mr. Goodwin has prepared and presented Expert Fingerprint Evidence in Courts of all types.

    Skills Base:
    • Foundation Fingerprint Course
    • Intermediate Fingerprint Course
    • Advanced Fingerprint Course
    • Scene Examiner
    • Trained as Crime Scene Manager
    • FERRT (Forensic Evidence Recovery and Retrieval Techniques) Trained
    Areas of Expertise:
    • Criminal Cases - Perform a comparison of an identified case and offer an independent analysis of the identification. Offer evidence to advise the Defense on related fingerprint matters.
    • Immigration - Provide an impartial comparison of sets of fingerprints in dispute and provide an independent report into the comparison.
    • Civil Cases - Assist Courts and Tribunals throughout the UK and abroad on issues involving contracts, wills and covenants.
    • International Electoral Services - analyze ballot slips for duplicate or multiple thumb impressions.
    • Fingerprint Development - developed fingermarks are photographed in line with published guidelines which allow for "cradle to grave" service.
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    Kenneth R. Moses
    Director
    San Francisco CA 94127
    USA
    phone: 415-664-2600
    Kenneth R. Moses has 45 years of experience in forensic evidence. Specialist in criminal defense and Innocence Projects nationwide. Graduate of U.C.Berkeley, established the CSI Unit of the San Francisco Crime Laboratory and was instrumental in the installation of automated fingerprint systems across U.S.

    Expert Testimony In:
    • Latent Fingerprints
    • Crime Scene Analysis and Reconstruction
    • Crime Scene Policies and Procedures
    • Professional Standards
    • Computer Enhancement of Fingerprints
    • Automated Fingerprint Systems
    • Evaluation of Fingerprint Evidence
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    Daniel G. O'Kelly
    PO Box 338
    Lake Dallas TX 75065
    USA
    phone: 813-422-4674
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    Daniel O'Kelly Firearms Expert PhotoDaniel G. O'Kelly has over 40 years of experience as a range instructor, a builder, and collector of Firearms and Ammunition. Mr. O'Kelly is currently Director at the International Firearm Specialist Academy (IFSA), a guild of award winning experts, former Federal Agents, Investigators, Police Officers, and Medical Doctors, in the firearm and forensics field.

    Background Experience - An Armorer for thirteen gun companies, including Beretta, Colt, DS Arms, FN, Glock, H&K, Kimber, Remington, Ruger, SIG, S&W, and Springfield Armory, Mr. O'Kelly has toured and done research at numerous firearm and ammunition factories and firearm reference collections across the U.S., Europe, and Africa. He regularly presents seminars worldwide on firearm enforcement, ID & technology, and ammunition to law enforcement and the firearm industry. Mr. O'Kelly served for 11 years as a Police Officer and for 23 years as a Special Agent for the Bureau of ATF where he was Lead Instructor of Firearm Technology at the ATF National Academy

    Litigation Support - Daniel O'Kelly has provided litigation support as an Expert Firearm Witness in federal court since 1990. He has testified in numerous trials for over 30 years and has been lauded as an "unshakable witness". A qualified Subject Matter Expert with exceptional knowledge in firearms and investigative protocol, he is recognized as the “go to” person regarding technical firearm issues.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Firearms
    • Firearm Forensics
    • Tool Marks
    • Firearm ID & Comparisons
    • Ammunition
    • Firearms Product Liability
  • Shooting Accidents
  • Crime Scene Reconstructions
  • Forensic Pathology
  • ATF Compliance / Firearm Technology
  • Gunshot Residues & Distance Determinations
  • Ballistics Issues
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    Newman Forensic Services
    Carla Murray Newman
    Latent Fingerprint Examiner
    P.O. Box 246810
    Sacramento CA 95824
    USA
    phone: 916-970-5965
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    Carla Murray Newman is a Latent Print Examiner with extensive latent print comparison experience. Certified by the International Association for Identification, she is a proactive, performance-driven forensic scientific investigator and laboratory manager leading cradle to grave processing of complex crime scenes, inclusive of collecting, documenting, photographing, and packaging of evidence.

    Selected Background Experience - Ms. Murray Newman's experience has included spearheading a major Crimes Unit, responding to homicides and high profile crimes with real-time results on a 24/7 on-call basis alongside detectives. She also managed a combat support agency within Defense Intelligence Enterprise, handling highly classified latent cases, and was an integral part of several task forces implementing strategic planning to resolve crime series.

    Litigation Support - Ms. Murray Newman has testified over 350 times in Juvenile, Municipal, Superior, and Federal Courts. She provides case review, deposition, and trial litigation support for cold case homicides and missing person reports. Her services include reviewing cases for accuracy and insuring that all standard operating procedures are followed. Ms. Murray Newman's skill set allows her to determine if proper sequential processing was completed and if scientific methodology was used.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Latent Examination
    • Evidence Processing / Sensitive Site Exploitation
  • Inked Print Collection
  • Forensic Photography and Videography
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    Suzanna Ryan, MS, D-ABC
    3548 Woodland Way
    Carlsbad CA 92008
    USA
    phone: 949-973-7588
    fax: 855-773-5358
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    Suzanna Ryan, MS, D-ABC, is a former forensic DNA analyst and forensic DNA Technical leader with 15 years of experience in the field of Forensic Serology and DNA Analysis. She has had the opportunity to work for both public and private DNA laboratories and has testified numerous time for both the prosecution and the defense.

    Ms. Ryan's expert testimony has been admitted in eight states including Rhode Island, Maryland, Texas, Florida, California, Washington, Iowa, and Idaho as well as in Kaiserslautern, Germany. She has been accepted as an expert witness in forensic serology and DNA analysis over 60 times in her career in state superior courts, state supreme court, federal court, and military court, and has been deposed as an expert witness in both criminal and civil trials over 20 times.

    Services Include:
    • Review of DNA case file, including all laboratory bench notes, communication logs, chain of custody, DNA data, mixture interpretations, statistical conclusions, and reported results and conclusiosn.
    • Reanalysis of electronic DNA data utilizing Applied Biosystems’ GeneMapper ID software and re-interpretation of any mixtures to ensure the interpretation complies with laboratory and national guidelines (FBI Trained)
    • Consultation time with the client as well as assistance with court preparation and cross-examination questions
    • Observation of consumptive DNA testing
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    It used to be that if your DNA was found at a crime scene, there was a pretty good chance that not only were you present at that crime scene, but you probably were involved in the crime as well. After all, if your blood was found on the murder weapon or your semen was found on or in the victim, chances are you were probably intimately involved with the person and/or the crime.

    In April of 2010, the Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods (SWGDAM) published a report entitled Interpretation Guidelines for Autosomal STR Typing by DNA Testing Laboratories. This document updates and supersedes the previous SWGDAM Interpretation document released ten years earlier in 2000 and is now being used as guidance in crime labs across the nation.

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    George Schiro, MS
    DNA Technical Leader - Forensic Scientist
    220 Woodgate Dr. S.
    Brandon MS 39042
    USA
    phone: 337-322-2724
    George Schiro is a DNA Technical Leader - Forensic Scientist. His duties include incorporating the DNA Advisory Board (DAB) standards, accountability for the technical operations of the lab, conducting DNA analysis using the 13 STR core loci and Y STR in casework, DNA research, forensic science training and crime scene investigation.

    Mr. Schiro has worked over 3500 cases and has qualified as an expert over 175 times in 31 Louisiana parish courts, Arkansas, California, Florida, Mississippi, Missouri, Nevada, New York, Texas, West Virginia, federal court, U.S. court-martial, and two Louisiana city courts. Has also consulted on cases in 29 states.

    Qualified as an Expert in the Following Areas:
  • Latent Fingerprint Development
  • Serology
  • Crime Scene Investigation
  • Forensic Science
  • Trajectory Reconstruction
  • Shoeprint Identification
  • Crime Scene Reconstruction
  • Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
  • DNA Analysis
  • Fracture Match Analysis
  • Hair Comparison
  • In 1989, I heard Dr. Henry Lee speak at a homicide conference in Metairie, Louisiana. Dr. Lee is currently the Connecticut Department of Public Safety Commissioner and, perhaps, the most famous forensic scientist in the world.

    3/30/2010 · Forensics
    One specialized operation that is routinely abused is the crime scene operation. From small police departments to large law enforcement agencies, the biggest problem with crime scene operations is the presence and interference of non-essential personnel at the scene. The law enforcement agency’s administration should deal with this and other crime scene investigation problems through effective crime scene management.

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    Michael Gervais
    Owner/Lead Investigator
    1442 E. Lincoln Ave., Unit 486
    Orange CA 92865
    USA
    phone: 714-579-7797
    fax: 714-792-0600
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    Michael P. Gervais is an experienced Private Investigator with 30 years of experience in Law Enforcement. He has a strong educational background which includes an A.S. in Criminal Justice and numerous certificates in law enforcement science and criminal justice. His background also includes four years in the US Marine Corps as a Military Policeman, Scout, and White House Honor Guard. His company, Silent Warrior, is located in Southern California and provides state and nationwide services.

    Mr. Gervais has extensive knowledge of criminal prosecution with both county and federal Grand Juries. Available to both Plaintiff and Defense, his Litigation Services include surveillance, interviews, statements, trial preparation, and subpoena / process services by registered Process Servers. Mr. Gervais's practical experience, continuing education, new resources, and technology allow for accurate results and undisputable evidence.

    Silent Warrior SealAreas of Expertise:
    • Surveillance
    • Counter Surveillance Detection (Bug Sweeping)
    • Criminal Investigations
    • Civil Investigations
    • Asset Investigations
    • Organized Crime
    • Crime Scene Processing (Dusting for Prints)
    • Interrogation & Interviewing
    • Cheating Spouse Investigations
    • Computer Forensics Investigations
    • Polygraph Testing
    • Process Server
    • Executive and Corporate Personal Threat Assessments
    • PSE & Voice Stress Analysis for Lie Detection
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    11/25/2013 · Computer Forensics
    The PSE instrument detects, measures and graphically displays the degree of presence or absence of inaudible body tremors that are superimposed on the human voice (at all ages) and on all warm blooded animals. These tremors disappear according to the amount of stress that is present at the moment of utterance. The interview and test are recorded by the computer or cell phone.

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    Guide to knowing if your spouse is cheating, signs and helpful suggestions to help avoid divorce.
    2/20/2014
    "CaliforniaLieDetectors.com provides professional lie detection and truth verification services throughout the state of California."
    12/7/2013
    "Orange Award Program Honors the Achievement of Silent Warrior Investigations"
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