DNA Forensic Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in analyzing evidence, such as blood or semen, to use in legal proceedings to identify parentage and/or to link evidence to an individual.
The listings below are all DNA Forensic expert witnesses and consultants.

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Dr. Monte MillerForensic DNA Experts
Dr. Monte Miller
Riverside, CA
Over 20 years of specialized DNA experience including over 13 years in forensic Biology/DNA, crime scene investigation, and paternity DNA testing. Free crime lab, paternity, or crime scene report synopsis.

Alan Friedman, PhDHelix Consulting
Alan Friedman, PhD
Milwaukee, WI
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I bring twenty years of experience translating forensic science into clear, understandable English for attorneys, judges and juries. Testimony in over 60 cases in 9 states as well as Federal Courts. Expert DNA case review, testimony and laboratory witnessing in sexual assaults, homicides, robberies and other major felonies as well as paternity and other civil cases. Accept public defender and court appointments. . forensic Forensic DNA dna criminal

Tiffany Salters, Office ManagerRiley Welch LaPorte & Associates
Tiffany Salters, Office Manager
Frankenmuth, MI
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Jeffrey Nye is a highly trained, well respected Forensic Biologist and DNA Examiner. Mr. Nye is an experienced DNA technical leader in a large government laboratory system. Mr. Nye has extensive experience in forensic biological examinations and DNA.

Theodore D. Kessis, PhDApplied DNA Resources
Theodore D. Kessis, PhD
Columbus, OH
Applied DNA Resources specializes in the review of forensic DNA testing performed in connection with criminal, military, and paternity cases nationwide. Founded by Dr. Theodore Kessis, Ph.D. in 1998, our goal at ADR is to provide legal professionals with the expert knowledge and tools required to evaluate the use, accuracy, and reliability of the DNA analysis performed in their cases. At ADR we're experienced in the use and interpretation of all current and past types of DNA testing employed in forensic case work. With over 20 years of experience evaluating DNA testing in criminal, military, and civil matters, we strive to determine if the highest standards and practices have been employed in the casework presented to us.

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