The Forensic Science Geek of the Week
The week 16 “www.TheTruthAboutForensicScience.com Forensic Science Geek of the Week” honors goes to one great attorney and a fantastic person: Christine Funk, Esquire. **Special mention also goes to frequent Forensic Science Geek of the Week winner Ronald Moore, BS, JD as he also answered correctly. Attorney Funk just beat him to answering first***
CHRISTINE FUNK, www.TheTruthAboutForensicScience.com Forensic Science Geek of the Week!
Congratulations to our winner! All hail the www.TheTruthAboutForensicScience.com Forensic Science Geek of the Week!!!
About our winner:
Christine Funk is the host of Crime, Science and Information of the Woman’s Information Network. [Blogger’s note: She does some truly wonderful podcasts on some really timely topics.] She is a member of the Trial Team in the Office of the Public Defender for the State of Minnesota. She has been with the Public Defender’s Office since 1994. Christine got her first DNA case in 1995. Not being a scientist by training, she struggled to understand the DNA evidence in that and subsequent cases. Eventually, she managed to translate the scientific language into something she could understand. Since then, she has worked towards making scientific evidence understandable to lawyers and lay people everywhere. Christine is a frequent lecturer on DNA evidence as well as the impact of science on criminal lawyers. She serves on the Technical Working Group for DNA for Defense Attorneys, is a member of the Forensic Laboratory Advisory Board in Minnesota, and is on the Board of the Minnesota Innocence Project. Christine is also an adjunct professor at William Mitchell College of Law, where she teaches Criminal Law, Advanced Trial Advocacy, and Wrongful Convictions.
CHRISTINE FUNK is Week 16’s www.TheTruthAboutForensicScience.com Forensic Science Geek of the Weeks!
Congratulations to our Week 16 winner! All hail the www.TheTruthAboutForensicScience.com Forensic Science Geeks of the Week!!!
See the challenge question that our winner correctly answered.
Our winner answered the question correctly. Please visit the www.TheTruthAboutForensicScience.com FaceBook fan page.
Our Geek of the Week answered:
I’ll bite. It kind of looks like a bad pic of an autorad, formerly used in DNA analysis. If that is so, 6 and 9 appear to be from the same source, as do 7 and 10.
The Hall of Fame for the www.TheTruthAboutForensicScience.com Forensic Science Geek of the Week:
Week 1: Chuck Ramsay, Esquire
Week 2: Rick McIndoe, PhD
Week 3: Christine Funk, Esquire
Week 4: Stephen Daniels
Week 5: Stephen Daniels
Week 6: Richard Middlebrook, Esquire
Week 7: Christine Funk, Esquire
Week 8: Ron Moore, B.S., J.D.
Week 9: Ron Moore, B.S., J.D.
Week 10: Kelly Case, Esquire and Michael Dye, Esquire
Week 11: Brian Manchester, Esquire
Week 12: Ron Moore, B.S., J.D.
Week 13: Ron Moore, B.S., J.D.
Week 14: UNCLAIMED ANSWER IT!
Week 15: Joshua Dale, Esquire and Steven W. Hernandez, Esquire
Week 16: Christine Funk, Esquire
Next week’s challenge will be posted on Sunday morning at 11 am EST. I AM LOOKING FOR SUGGESTIONS please email me at justin@TheMcShaneFirm.com
One response to “Week #16 winner of the www.TheTruthAboutForensicScience.com Forensic Science Geek of the Week”
Tamesha Noerenberg says:
You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be really something which I think I would never understand. It seems too complicated and extremely broad for me. I’m looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!