Chris Fabricant

director of strategic litigation for the Innocence Project, and author of “Junk Science and the American Criminal Justice System”

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Many forensic scientists — in real life and on TV crime dramas — use unreliable methods that end up convicting innocent people, according to author Chris Fabricant.

Bite marks, hair at crime scenes: Debunked forensic methods are used to convict suspects

Many forensic scientists — in real life and on TV crime dramas — use unreliable methods that end up convicting innocent people, according to author Chris Fabricant.

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