Four evidence technicians/scientists describe how forensics evidence was collected and analyzed by law enforcement from Wafer’s home.
Today continues with the third day of the murder trial of Theodore Wafer in the Detroit front porch shooting death of Renisha McBride. We covered this morning’s testimony here:
Witnesses this afternoon included:
- Cyndi Maxwell, Dearborn Police Corporal, Fingerprint Collection
- Jennifer Rizk, Michigan State Police, Fingerprint Analysis
- Allison Riviera-Papillo, Michigan State Police Crime Lab
- Heather Vitta, Michigan State Police, Forensic Scientist
All four are, obviously, involved in the law enforcement collection and analysis of evidence from crime scenes.
[NOTE: Images of trial postings from the live blog of the Detroit Free Press have been removed at their request.]
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