Presumptive and Confirmatory Forensic Tests

On-Demand
Live date: 
Monday, January 9, 2012 - 12:00pm
Price: 
$30.00

"Presumptive and Confirmatory Forensic Tests" provides basic instruction on the difference between these two types of forensic evidence tests and explains why this distinction is so important. Participants will see examples of laboratory reports and learn about protocols that dictate which tests much be performed and what procedures must be followed. This session also offers guidance on bringing a challenge if law enforcement or a crime laboratory performed only a presumptive test. This online program was recorded in January 2012 by Alyson Grine, Defender Educator at the UNC School of Government; and Sarah Rackley, Forensic Resource Counsel at the NC Office of Indigent Defense Services.

Presenters
Alyson Grine, Defender Educator, UNC School of Government
Sarah Rackley, Forensic Resource Counsel, NC Office of Indigent Defense Services
 
Additional Information
 
For additional information about indigent defense education courses and resources, visit our Indigent Defense Education site. 

 

Duration: 
0.50 hours
CLE Value:
General
0.5 hrs
Total
0.5 hrs

Faculty Coordinator

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Alyson A. Grine
Senior Advisor to the NC Racial Equity Network, Indigent Defense Education
Presumptive and Confirmatory Forensic Tests
August, 2015
For questions regarding course details, please contact the program manager.

Faculty Coordinator

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919.966.4227
Associate Director of Programs and Services, Indigent Defense Education
For questions regarding course content, please contact the faculty coordinator.

Faculty Coordinator

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Alyson A. Grine
Senior Advisor to the NC Racial Equity Network, Indigent Defense Education
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