Ted Vosk

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Ted Vosk is a criminal defense attorney and legal/forensic consultant. A Goldwater Scholar, he graduated with honors in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics from Eastern Michigan University. Thereafter, he studied in the PhD program for physics at Cornell University before earning a JD from Harvard Law School. A member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and Mensa, he has written, broadcast, presented, and taught around the country on topics ranging from string theory to the doctrine of constitutional separation of powers.

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Thursday, May 5th, 2011

All results for every forensic science method should indicate the
uncertainty in the measurements that are made, and studies must be
conducted that enable the estimation of those values.1