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Friday, March 19 • 4:15pm - 5:15pm
Pattern Evidence: Bitemarks, Fingerprints, Firearms & Other Junk Science

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Given various defense wins in recent years challenging the admission of firearm toolmark evidence, this session will discuss those developments, and apply lessons learned in that litigation to analagous pattern evidence disciplines, while offering ideas for how to undertake a successful challenge to the other pattern disciplines.

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avatar for Mark Loudon-Brown

Mark Loudon-Brown

Senior Attorney, Southern Center for Human Rights
Mark Loudon-Brown is a senior attorney in the Capital Litigation Unit of the Southern Center for Human Rights, where he represents people facing a death sentence at trial, on appeal, and in post-conviction. Prior to that, Mark was a public defender in the Criminal Defense Practice... Read More →
avatar for Maneka Sinha

Maneka Sinha

Assistant Professor of Law, University of Maryland Carey School of Law
Maneka Sinha joined the University of Maryland Carey School of Law in 2019 to re-launch the Criminal Defense Clinic. She has extensive experience in criminal litigation and is recognized for her expertise in forensic science. Sinha’s research interests explore the intersection of... Read More →


Friday March 19, 2021 4:15pm - 5:15pm EDT
Room 9