A large problem in Gas Chromatography: No uniform standard for GC run position or composition

I try to learn everything that I can about analytical testing.  Not being a scientist and only being a lawyer, I am an outsider to this fascinating world.  I find that as I learn more, more questions present themselves.  As an outsider last year l learned something that really kind of surprised me.  When Gas…

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Metrology in DUI prosecution

Metrology is the body of science surrounding measurement or how we know for certain or for as near as certain as scientifically possible that some measurement is in fact that quantitative measure. It is the very essence of measurement.  Because if we do not know that some measurement is accurate, precise and true, then we…

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Juries want forensic science in DUI cases: Interview by Lisa Bloom with Justin McShane

Catch this interview with national TV legal analyst Lisa Bloom and Justin McShane, a Harrisburg DUI Lawyer.  They discus the way that juries look at forensic science and crave it.     -Justin J. McShane, Esquire, Pennsylvania DUI Attorney I am the highest rated DUI Attorney in PA as Rated by Avvo.com You can follow me…

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