Principles of Forensic DNA Evidence: A Primer for the Law Professional

Live date: 
Monday, January 5, 2015 - 12:00pm
This virtual CLE is designed to provide a foundation in the principles and evaluation of forensic DNA evidence. The instructor describes basic concepts of human genetics, key terms related to DNA evidence, laboratory procedures, and technologies that aim at increasing the reliability of forensic DNA testing and some of the limitations of these tools. Participants will learn about the electropherogram and become familiar with basic profile comparisons as well as anomalies and artifacts that are often revealed in electropherogram data. Finally, participants will learn about the concept of touch DNA.  Recorded March 2015 at the School of Government.
Dr. Maher "Max" Noureddine, PhD, MS, D-ABC President, ForensiGen, LLC

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1.00 hours
CLE Value:
1 hrs
1 hrs

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