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How to Use Daubert v. Merrell Dow to Defend Forensics

This video describes the Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals scientific and legal challenges to forensics in criminal court. It's the 2nd video in our series on utilizing science and law to defend against forensic evidence. In this video, College Station criminal defense attorney Stephen Gustitis explains how to use the scientific and legal principles of [...]

By | April 10th, 2019|Courtroom Trial Practice|0 Comments

Forensic Evidence – Intersection of Science and Law

This video describes forensic evidence as the intersection of science and law. It begins a new series on using science and law to defend against forensic evidence in court. Visit https://www.gustitislaw.com for more information about forensic evidence and how to defend against forensics when charged with a crime in Bryan-College Station, TX. In this video, [...]

“Getting Creative – Use Kelly v. State to Challenge Any Scientific Evidence”

In a contested bond revocation hearing, not long ago, the State attempted to admit evidence our client violated a restricted zone using global positioning system (GPS) evidence. They further sought to admit evidence from a Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM) device that she inappropriately consumed alcohol while on bond. On the day of the hearing [...]

By | January 5th, 2016|"Off The Back", Courtroom Trial Practice, Forensic Evidence|Comments Off on “Getting Creative – Use Kelly v. State to Challenge Any Scientific Evidence”