Wednesday, December 16, 2009

New segment: Q & A with the experts

I am planning on putting together a series of blog posts that feature questions to and answers from experts in the field of criminal law. The experts I have in mind so far include:
  • homicide detective
  • criminal defense attorney
  • fire investigator
  • medical examiner
  • district court judge
  • crime scene specialist (aka evidence tech)
If you have suggestions for someone I have missed, or have specific questions you would like asked to one of the above, please let me know in the comments section.

7 comments:

  1. I would like to hear from someone in corrections. Perhaps a prison warden?

    Also someone involved in rehabilitation programs. Does it work, etc.

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  2. Court coordinators. Court Reporters. Deputies (transportation).

    All of 'em could have good stories.

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  3. Probation officer!

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  4. Great guys, I will try and add those to my list. Keep 'em coming!

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  5. Bailiff, Ballistics expert, Biometric/DNA statistician, Polygraph operator, and Computer evidence investigator/authority are more possibilities ...

    Wow, you could end up having more types of expert consultants than you have blog followers if you try to be exhaustive in coverage.

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  6. An academic? Maybe a professor?

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  7. Victim Coordinator

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