Leading expert to discuss "Trends in the Admissibility of Scientific Evidence in Criminal Cases"
Paul C. Giannelli, Weatherhead professor of law at Case Western Reserve University, is speaking on "Trends in the Admissibility of Scientific Evidence in Criminal Cases" in the Ohio Northern University's Pettit College of Law moot court room (129) on Thursday, March 8 at 11:30 a.m.
The event is free and open to the public. This is the final speaker in the Dean's Lecture Series for 2006-07.
Recognized by the New York Times as an expert on scientific evidence, Giannelli has lectured throughout the country and his work has been cited in numerous court opinions and legal articles. He is the co-author of nine books including Understanding Evidence and Courtroom Criminal Evidence.
Giannelli, who has been a faculty member at Case Western since 1975, serves as co-chair on the American Bar Association (ABA) Ad Hoc Innocence Committee to Ensure the Integrity of the Criminal Process and as reporter for the ABA Criminal Justice Standards Task Force on DNA evidence.
Published: Thu, 03/01/2007 - 12:00am