Ramsay Law Firm Presents - Uncertainty of Measurement With the Innocence Project

Posted On November 19, 2015 by Daniel Koewler

If you have any interest in learning more about the hottest topic in forensic criminal defense, you'll want to mark your calendars for December 17, 2015. On that date, Charles Ramsay and Dan Koewler of Ramsay Law firm are invited to give a presentation on uncertainty of measurement on behalf of the Minnesota Innocence project. The registration fee is just $150, and you can sign up right here.

We've designed the seminar to include careful explanations of the core scientific concepts being reporting a test's "uncertainty of measurement" (simply explaining how accurate or inaccurate a test result really is), a bedrock scientific principle that currently renders most current DWI breath testing regimens invalid and unreliable. These scientific concepts that are applicable to any forensic quantitative process, not just breath testing, but we will not only be providing breath test-specific theory, but also tons of practical applications and strategies for litigators.

We will be presenting alongside Judge Philip C. Carruthers, both a former criminal defense attorney and former director of the Ramsey County Attorney's Office, who will not only join the discussion but will also bring a judicial perspective regarding the application of the Daubert/Frye standards to scientific measurement issues. Judge Carruthers will share his perspective with practitioners about what is most helpful to him as a judge when ruling on Daubert/Frye issues. He will also share trends in scientific cases and challenges facing the Hennepin County bench most frequently.

Now stop reading and go register!