EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION

Service

OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:

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Introducting...

• Laboratory reanalyses and trials.
• Perceptive analysis of the most complex cases.
• Report Preparation.
• Court Reporting of Results.
• Research into Novel Techniques of Forensic Chemical Trace Analysis.

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As an Independent Provider of Forensic Services we have time to examine each case thoroughly and in depth, and to pursue exhaustively the possibility of innocent explanations for observed evidence.

We are frequently instructed when other resources have failed to identify a challenge.

We continue to lead pioneering innovation in forensic trace analysis techniques, an example being the first use of Nanobore HPLC/MS/MS to detect Insulin, in an invisible plasma residue, in the Leeds Insulin Murders (R v Campbell Norris) in 2007. In this work we achieved a sensitivity for Insulin 1000 times lower than previously achieved.

Our report was selected in place of those of three other experts, in the case of R v Ahmed Ali, (Plot to destroy passenger aircraft on the trans Atlantic route using liquid explosives) for the defence of all 8 defendants.

We have recently assisted the Defence with the DPP v Sharon Collins Ricin investigation, and the London/Glasgow car bombings among many other cases under instruction.

All legal aid and private work is welcome.

UK WORLD FIRSTS

25 years!

NOTEABLE NOVEL CHALLENGES DEVELOPED

1: GUNSHOT RESIDUE: FIRST EXPERT TO RECOGNISE AND REPORT IN COURT POLICE STATION/TRANSPORT GSR CONTAMINATION.
2: DNA: LIMITATIONS OF INTERPRETATION OF DNA MIXTURES (R v S) (2008).
3: FIRST UK CASEWORK ANALYSIS OF INSULIN IN A VANISHINGLY SMALL 4.5 YEAR OLD PLASMA TRACE BY NANOBORE LC
  QTOF /MS/MS. (R V CAMPBELL-NORRIS).
4: RECOGNITION OF PROBLEMS WITH THE METHOD GENERALLY USED FOR THE QUANTITATION OF THC IN CANNABIS.
  (R V NASSER) (2009)

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