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Monthly Archives: March 2017

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Your Winning Element – The Forensic Toxicology Co-counsel

Forensics & Toxicology The world of forensics and toxicology is one that, generally speaking, only scientists can navigate. Often, however, these issues find their way into the court room and are left in the hands of lawyers who lack a full understanding of what various results mean and how to…

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Drug Facilitated Crimes Series – Analytical Considerations Part 3.

When it comes to drug testing in drug facilitated crimes, there are factors within the laboratories and testing procedures that directly influence the outcome and findings of the level of effect that the drug may have had. These factors are outlined here, to significantly show how many levels there are…

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Blood Testing – Trial by Vial

Blood Testing Result can Mean the Difference Between a Conviction or an Acquittal Blood testing in criminal cases can prove to be extremely vital, and the trial by vile scenario rings true for most court cases. It can be a deciding factor in determining whether to find someone guilty or…

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Recent Blog Articles

Alcohol Toxicology For Civil Lawyers

In April of 2021 Okorie Okorocha wrote an article on Alcohol toxicology for civil lawyers for “Advocate” DON’T LET A HOSPITAL’S FAULTY BLOOD-ALCOHOL TEST DEVALUE YOUR CASE DUE TOCONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE (YOUR GUY WAS DRUNK!) Read the entire article by clicking here

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The Process Of Analyzing Data In Forensic Toxicology

Forensic toxicology is a complex field revolving around the use of toxins, chemicals, and poisons, particularly pertaining to instances of crime or even death. It is important to understand the role that data can play in the outcomes of court cases where forensic toxicology comes into play. Understanding Data In…

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When To Hire An Expert Witness

In the simplest terms, an expert witness is a person who testifies in a trial because of their vast knowledge in a subject or field that is pertinent to the case. There are only five significant categories of expert witnesses: financial, forensic, medical, mental health, and vocational. However, within each…

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