Texas Bar Journal
July 2011 | Volume 74, No. 7
Inspired by the Texas Forensic Science Seminar, this issue investigates the state of forensic science in Texas. PAGE 566. Also included are new performance guidelines for non-capital criminal defense developed by the Legal Services to the Poor in Criminal Matters Committee. PAGE 616.
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- 568 Bad
Science, Bad Law: Judging Science on Appeal in Texas Criminal Cases and
Related Ethical Issues
By Stacey M. Goldstein and Judge Michael E. Keasler
- 574 Erasing
the CSI Effect: How the Texas DPS Crime Lab Service Really Does
Crime Scene Investigations
By Staff of the Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Lab
- 580 The
Forensic Visual Expert
By Hester Dornan, Alison Ayrea, and Justice Kerry Fitzgerald
- 586 Science
Trumps Art in Fire Investigation
By Steven W. Carman
- 592 The
Blame Game Has Run Its Course: Strengthening Forensic Science
By Joseph P. Bono
of 2011 Pro Bono and Legal Services Award Winners
By Ellen Carnes and Patricia L. Garcia
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