Kate joined host Jimmy Malone on his radio show to discuss CIFS and the issues surrounding many forensic sciences. Listen to the full episode here.
“On Monday, Franklin County Common Pleas Judge Jeffrey Brown dismissed the case against 43-year-old Alan J. Butts at the request of county prosecuting attorneys.” Alan was released on bond in...
February 13, 2024
VANGUARD INVESTIGATION: Did Medical Misdiagnosis of Shaken Baby Syndrome Put Innocent Father Behind Bars?
The wrongful conviction of Tre’ Clay is covered in this investigation where Clay’s son unexpectedly passed away at 2 months old. Keith Findley has been a part of the current...
February 07, 2024
From bite marks to shaken babies, the Center for Integrity in Forensic Sciences is debunking bad science.
Lenore Skenazy covers the work of CIFS in this article on Reason including an interview with Kate Judson. Read the full article here.
January 19, 2024
The virtual Forensic Justice Institute in partnership with the State Bar of Wisconsin is January 19th, 2024. Topics this year include: DNA Analysis Digital forensics Judicial insights Forensic chemistry Ethical...
January 18, 2024
“The use of genetic-genealogy test results by law enforcement agencies and other investigators to attempt to identify criminal suspects is regarded by many people as positive, but scientific limitations and...
January 16, 2024
Jessica Logan now awaits a decision from the Illinois Supreme Court. She was originally convicted partially based on the junk science of 911-call analysis. Read the appeal coverage here.
January 11, 2024
The 12th edition of CIFS newsletter is now available. For your copy, use the “download” button. Download
December 06, 2023
“On October 2, the first day of its new term, the Supreme Court denied review in two high-profile death penalty cases: Toforest Johnson and Robert Roberson. Both men have long...
October 04, 2023
The Guardian covers the case of Robert Roberson who was convicted based on a shaken baby syndrome hypothesis. CIFS has contributed to amicus briefs of his behalf. We await a...