Tag Archives: Bullcoming v. New Mexico

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Attorney McShane to Present at the 2013 AAFS Annual Scientific Meeting

This week a workshop proposal was accepted by the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) for the 2013 AAFS Annual Scientific Meeting to be held on February 18.  My presentation is “Melendez-Diaz, Bullcoming, and  Williams: Scientific Evidence and the Right to Confrontation.” Science is great.  Scientific evidence has lead to the exoneration of many innocent […]

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Attorney McShane Published in “The Champion” Magazine

The recent Supreme Court Ruling in Bullcoming v. New Mexico has a significant impact on DUI cases. The ruling established “The Particular Witness Rule” which mandates that the forensic analyst who performed the actual test must be available in court and cannot be substituted by an supervisor or other expert. Recently, “The Champion” Magazine, the […]

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Attorney McShane Co-writes Amicus in Supreme Court Win

The Supreme Court Announces its Decision in Bullcoming v. New Mexico in Favor of the Petitioner The Supreme Court of the United States has reversed the decision in the case of Bullcoming v. New Mexico siding with the argument that the prosecution using a surrogate forensic analyst who was not involved in the actual testing […]

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PA DUI Attorney Reaches a Milestone

I pride myself on being one of the hardest working DUI attorneys in PA. I have spent many years defending citizens accused of DUI. I have spent extensive time fighting in courtrooms, training in seminars and reading and writing research papers all in an effort to offer the best DUI defense to my clients.  Today, […]

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