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FGCU Institute of Forensic Excellence Presents "An Afternoon with New Advances in Forensic Science Technology" with Henry C. Lee
1/13/2005

WHO     FGCU Institute for Forensic Excellence, for criminal justice professionals including municipal, county, state and federal law enforcement officials, prosecutors, judges, defense attorneys, students and the general public

WHAT     "An Afternoon with New Advances in Forensic Science Technology" seminar with prominent forensic scientist, professor and author Henry C. Lee. Lee has helped solve more than 6,000 cases around the world. His testimony figured prominently in the O.J. Simpson trial and in conviction of the "Woodchipper" murderer. Lee assisted police in investigations of other famous crimes including the murder of Jon Benet Ramsey, the suicide of White House counsel Vince Foster, the murder of Chandra Levy, the kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart and the reinvestigation of the Kennedy assassination.

WHEN     1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 3

WHERE     Whitaker Hall Sprint Room

WHY     To learn about current forensic issues such as crime scene techniques and methods, reconstruction of crime scenes, and blood splatter pattern analysis

COST     $75 for professionals and general public; $35 for students

CONTACT     David A. Lounsbury at (239) 590-7831

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