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Complexity, Level of Association and Strength of Fingerprint Conclusions Journal of Cold Case Review, 2(1), 6-15.

The Invincible Fingerprint NYSBA Criminal Justice Section Fall Meeting. Oct. 2013.

Pattern Evidence Witnesses, Questions That Should be Asked, but Rarely Are NYSBA Criminal Justice Section Fall Meeting. Oct. 2013.

An update of 'THE IMPARTIALITY OF GOVERNMENT WITNESSES IMPROVING CONCLUSIONS'

Standardization of Fingerprint Terms GAIAI Newsletter, July-September 2013.

Standard Human Reasoning Versus Scientific Analysis ID News, Aug/Sept 2013. Printable Chart

Letter to the Editor JFI 63 (4), p. 358, 2013.

Errors in forensics: Cause(s) and solutions Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Mar 2013.

THE IMPARTIALITY OF GOVERNMENT WITNESSES IMPROVING CONCLUSIONS NACDL Midwinter Seminar, Feb 2013.

The Impartiality of the Government Forensic Expert Indiana IAI Newsletter, Vol. 16, Issue 4. Nov 2012.

To the Exclusion of All Others Evidence Technology Magazine, Vol. 10, Issue 6. 2012.

The Need to Validate Principles and the Value of Reproducible Results ID News, Aug/Sept 2012.

The Weight of Subjective Conclusions Evidence Technology Magazine, Vol. 10, Issue 4. 2012.

Is ACE-V a Process or a Method? ID News, June/July 2012.

Practitioner Error vs. Deficient Procedures Evidence Technology Magazine, Vol. 10, Issue 3. 2012.

Recommendations on how to avoid testimony errors Evidence Technology Magazine, Vol. 9, Issue 5. 2011.

Standards for Friction Ridge Identifications Fingerprint Whorld, Vol. 37 No. 143. 2011.

Brady Material and the Expert Witness Evidence Technology Magazine. Vol. 9, Issue 1. 2011.

Scientific Conclusions - Are They Facts? The Weekly Detail, Issue 468, 2010.

5 Questions on Bias Indiana IAI Division Newsletter, Vol. 13, Issue 1. 2009.

The Etiology of ACE-V and its Proper Use: JFI 56 (3), 2006.