By Chris Honeycutt
In February 2011, I wrote a short piece on the uncertainty of DNA evidence for the NYADP blog on the Times Union website*. This article is evolved from the subsequent discussion with a former board member of the International Association for Identification.
What we learned is that even “hard” evidence is not nearly as certain as the public or juries believe it to be.
This image is making its rounds around the internet. But what does it say about us and the man pictured in the photo?
Interview by Josh Medsker
“Fewer than 20% of Coalition program graduates have a new criminal conviction within two years. In comparison, 75% of youth released from State custodial facilities will be re-arrested within three years. “
By David Kaczynski
What if, instead of vying with each other for power, adult community members came together with the conscious intention of modeling values of responsibility and cooperation so that the community’s youth could see and appreciate?