Source Code Update - Source Code Coalition Announces Experts
The Minnesota Society for Criminal Justice (MSCJ) â?? the organization leading the defense bar's source code coalition â?? has announced five experts it has retained to assist in examining the Intoxilyzer 5000 software. The coalition may retain additional experts.
The experts are:
John Wisniewski, President Winc Research, Inc., California;
Matt Willis, Vice President, Security Services, Computer Forensic Services, Inc., Minnesota;
Mark Lanterman, Chief Technology Officer, Computer Forensic Services, Inc., Minnesota;
Matt Heinsch, Senior Forensic Analyst, Computer Forensic Services, Inc., Minnesota;
Glenn G. Hardin, Forensic Toxicologist, The Tox Group, Inc., Minnesota.
Mr. Wisniewski has extensive experience in analyzing source code. Mr. Wisniewski issued the Base One report in the Chun case out of New Jersey, where he analyzed the source code for the AlcotestÂ® -- a breath testing device manufactured and marketed by Draeger Safety Diagnostics, Inc.
Mr. Hardin was the supervisor of Minnesota's Bureau of Criminal Apprehension's (BCA) toxicology section until July, 2008. The BCA is the agency responsible for Minnesota's breath testing program.
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