Daily Archives: June 8, 2019

New Louisiana Law Allows Expert Testimony on the Flaws of Eyewitness Accounts of Crimes

The idea behind the law is to help prevent wrongful convictions based on eyewitness testimony. Forty-eight states already have similar laws on the books, and the federal court system already permits expert testimony on the subject.

Police release timeline of “significant events” in Dennis Day investigation

PHOENIX, Ore. – UPDATE: 6/7/19 : On Friday, Oregon State Police released a timeline of what it calls “significant events” in the Dennis Day investigation. The former Disney Mouseketeer and actor disappeared without a trace last summer.

NatGeo Discontinues Genographic Ancestry Kit Sales, Will Shutter Service by End of 2020

Requires Free Subscription NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – National Geographic has halted sales of its Geno DNA Ancestry Kits, and plans to wind up the service next year. The kits enabled consumers to participate in NatGeo’s Genographic Project, a 14-year endeavor to use genetics to map patterns of global human migration.