Science in Court

August 9, 2017

Ever wondered how scientific evidence is gathered, examined and presented in a criminal trial?

Join Community Legal Centres Tasmania at the Supreme Court to hear fascinating insights from lawyers, forensic scientists and a judge about the role that science can play in securing conviction or challenging allegations of guilt.



Chief Justice Alan Blow, Supreme Court of Tasmania (Chair)

Linda Mason, Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions

Kim Baumeler, experienced criminal law barrister

Dr Michael Manthey, Manager, Illicit Drugs and Criminalistics, Forensic Science Service Tasmania

Dr Charles Connor, Forensic Biologist, Forensic Science Service Tasmania


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Wednesday 16 August 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

This event is being held as part of National Science Week