The Forensic Science Geek of the Week
The week 30 “www.TheTruthAboutForensicScience.com Forensic Science Geek of the Week” honors goes to:
C. JEFFREY SIFERS, ESQUIRE
C. Jeffrey Sifers is an Oklahoma criminal defense and DUI attorney. He is a trial attorney. According to the information from his website, C. Jeffrey Sifers, he has received every level of NHTSA approved curriculum that relates to DUI/DWI. He is well-known and well-respected member of the National College for DUI Defense, Inc. He has received training as recognized by the Oklahoma State Board of Tests as a Certified operator of the Intoxilyzer Model 5000. He is a frequent lecturer both in and out of state on topics having to do with DUI.
is Week 30’s www.TheTruthAboutForensicScience.com Forensic Science Geek of the Week!
Congratulations to our Week 30 winner! All hail the www.TheTruthAboutForensicScience.com Forensic Science Geek of the Week!!!
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Our Geek of the Week answered:
The person is Dr. Erik M.P. Widmark.
Dr. Widmark was a Swedish physician who developed one of the first mathematical formulas to determine the pharmacoknetics of ethanol within the human body. The equation, originally resulting from studies in the 1930’s, still widely accepted and cited.
Widmark’s equation is typically used to estimate the blood alcohol level of the individual at the time of the sample. It is often then used to forward or back extrapolate a known drinking pattern to determine a person’s blood alcohol concentrations at various points of time within the pattern.
[BLOGGER’S NOTE: Honorable mention should also the extended to past Forensic Science Geek of the Week past Winner Ron Moore, Esquire. He answered: “Gee, nobody got this one yet??? I thought that would be an easy one. This is Dr. E.P.M. Widmark. Dr. Widmark is the father of retrograde extrapolation. His 1932 work ‘Principles and Applications of Medicolegal Alcohol Determination’ forms the basis of most alcohol calculations done by expert witnesses throughout the United States.”]
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: Josh Lee, Esquire
Week 15: Joshua Dale, Esquire and Steven W. Hernandez, Esquire
Week 16: Christine Funk, Esquire
Week 17: Joshua Dale, Esquire
Week 18: Glen Neeley, Esquire
Week 19: Amanda Bynum, Esquire
Week 20: Josh Lee, Esquire
Week 21: Glen Neeley, Esquire
Week 22: Stephen Daniels
Week 23: Ron Moore, B.S., J.D.
WEEK 24: Bobby Spinks
WEEK 25: Jon Woolsey, Esquire
WEEK 26: UNCLAIMED, IT COULD BE YOU!!!!
Week 27: Richard Middlebrook, Esquire
WEEK 28: UNCLAIMED, IT COULD BE YOU!!!!
WEEK 29: Ron Moore, Esquire
WEEK 30: C. Jeffrey Sifers, Esquire
WEEK 31: RON MOORE, ESQUIRE
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