CAMDEN — Move over, David Caruso. Rutgers–Camden has a computer scientist on the case.
For a research project that sounds like it could have been taken from a CSI script, Desmond Lun, an associate professor of computer science at Rutgers–Camden, is working with a team of forensic scientists from Boston University to more accurately analyze DNA evidence at a crime scene.
Daily Archives: March 3, 2012
Detectives hope that advances in forensic science will help provide them with a breakthrough.
Operation Yetna involves systematically working through files of unsolved murders to see which would benefit from further investigation.
MADISON (WSAU) Wrongly-convicted criminals would get a lot more compensation from the state, under a bill that got a public hearing in Madison yesterday. Assembly Democrat Mark Pocan of Madison and Republican Garey Bies of Sister Bay are the main sponsors of a bill to give the exonerated up to $50,000 for every year they’re wrongly imprisoned – and a total maximum would be eliminated.