Tagged: Mark Lundy

Of the FBI and ESR: what can we expect forensic science to deliver? - Forensic Scientist

Anna Sandiford May 12, 2015

I haven’t written a blog post for a loooong time.  That’s because in the last year or so I have written another book (Forensic Science and the law: a Guide for Police, Lawyers and Expert Witnesses – the first book of its kind in New Zealand) and have been involved in some high-profile cases including (read more) … Read More

A Criminal Cases Review Commission for NZ? - Forensic Scientist

Anna Sandiford Oct 17, 2013

On the back of the Lundy case, there has been some discussion in the last week about whether or not New Zealand should consider having an independent organisation to assess potential miscarriages of justice, similar to the English Criminal Cases Review Commission. It’s not the first time the suggestion has been mooted: several other high-profile (read more) … Read More