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Orlando Forensic Science Lawyer

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Forensic Science can Help You Win Your Case

The Baez Law Firm in Miami, Florida specializes in the use of forensic science in criminal defense. We don’t accept what the police or the prosecutors say about the evidence. We do our own forensic testing because we know forensics better than the prosecutors. Let our Orlando forensics lawyers help you.

What is Forensic Science?

Forensic science refers to a broad range of disciplines, some of which are not based in research or science at all. Scientific experts and forensic evidence are routinely used in criminal trials. Due to the broad label of forensics as “science,” courts and the public alike have accepted these “sciences” as infallible. This is not the case. With the exception of DNA testing, which is based on years of research and yields results with little to no error, most forensics are subject to the interpretation of experts. When interpretation is left to experts, nothing is foolproof.

Types of Forensics

Forensics constitute a wide range of different types of evidence. Common forensic evidence includes:

  • DNA
  • Fingerprints
  • Hair (human and animal)
  • Drug analysis
  • Bite Marks
  • Tire tracks and shoe prints
  • Handwriting

The problem with the analytics behind these sciences is that they are open to interpretation. Different experts will have different opinions based on their training and experiences. Forensic science is not as simple as knowing that combining yellow and blue will make green. It is subject to interpretation, and whose interpretation do you want to rely on for your case: the police and prosecutors or your own lawyer’s? The decision is clear: The Baez Law Firm.

At the trial level, an lawyer must be well-versed in forensics. Without this knowledge, an lawyer who lacks the fortitude to stand up to judges and argue that certain items of forensic evidence and testimony should not be admitted will ultimately fail you. The Orlando forensics lawyers at The Baez Law Firm have the superior forensic science knowledge necessary to challenge judges when they are inclined to admit evidence that is improper based on the facts of your case.

A thorough understanding of forensics is essential not only at the trial court level but also at the appellate court level. Appellate courts rely on and must show deference to the trial courts on issues of admissibility of evidence. Again, this is why The Baez Law Firm does not accept what anyone else has to say on forensics until we run the tests ourselves. We understand the importance of ensuring that the forensic evidence in your case has been rigorously evaluated before our own eyes.

Seek Experienced Legal Representation for Your Florida Criminal Defense

For top criminal defense representation in Orlando with its very own forensic testing, call The Baez Law Firm at 800-588-BAEZ. Your initial consultation is free, and our lawyers are available 24/7.

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