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Costly Flawed System use in Florida, John M. Castellano comments on the Fingerprint screw up

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Whose “fingerprints” are on this 11 million dollar $crew up? Can you imagine, the experts at “Motorola” that manufacture a defective phone for every good one they make, are the same guys using their “automation” tools to “identify” your fingerprints? Think about it: If more mistake are made in this techie obsessed  “AFIS” — their coveted “automated fingerprint identification system,” whether in the “automated” “identification” of YOUR fingerprints or anyone else’s, then a serial rapist or killer and real bad guy could get away, or an innocent good guy could go to prison or face death. You don’t have to be a Ft. Lauderdale criminal defense lawyer like me, to have some genuine concerns over all this obsession for automation now in the investigation and prosecution of our own people. Use technology as an additional supplement to human forensic expertise in latent fingerprint comparison, yes; but NOT if techie automation is used to replace and render obsolete, our good ole fashioned human expertise in forensics. Check it out: http://www.miamiherald.com/2014/03/09/3984945/florida-spent-millions-on-flawed.html

 

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John M. Castellano is a Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorney who has helped thousands of clients throughout Florida. While building a reputation as a premiere Fort Lauderdale DUI attorney, Mr. Castellano has worked tirelessly to develop strategies to best protect the rights of those arrested for DUI in Broward, Dade and West Palm. However, Mr. Castellano is not just a drunk driving lawyer. He has been a successful domestic violence attorney, drug trafficking attorney, as well as all other Felony and Misdemeanor cases.

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