Video: The Impact of National Institute of Justice’s Solving Cold Cases with DNA Program
Practitioners from across the criminal justice system speak to the impact of NIJ's Solving Cold Cases with DNA grant program.
Speaking in this video:
- Chuck Heurich, Senior Physical Scientist, National Institute of Justice
- Erin Kimmerle, Forensic Anthropologist, University of South Florida
- Sally Wolter, Detective Sergeant, Michigan State Police Department
- Lou Eliopouls, NCIS Forensic Sciences Unit Supervisor
- Ted Hunt, Former Chief Trial Attorney, Jackson County, Mo.
- Thomas McAndrew, Lehigh Valley District Attorney's Homicide Task Force
- Mitch Morrissey, Former District Attorney, Denver, Co.
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Date Created: July 15, 2019