I have just returned from an excellent conference, "Evolving Science and Faulty Forensics: Legal Theories for Advancing Innocence Claims." There were top attorneys and experts from around the country, who addressed DNA, forensic pathology, arson, microscopic hair evidence and bite-mark testimony. The conference also helped train me to think differently about scientific evidence, how to present better constitutional challenges, and improve my post-conviction motion and appellate practice. If I can be of assistance to you in any similar situation, please let me know.
I also want to thank the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers for sponsoring this FREE training (i had to pay my travel and hotel). While our state and local defense organizations are terrific, I think it is important to belong to NACDL if you want to be a top lawyer. This is the best way to learn and share cutting edge knowledge with people who have litigated these issues and understand the science and the law.