David H. Kaye is Associate Dean for Research, Distinguished Professor, and Weiss Family Scholar in the School of Law, a graduate faculty member of Penn State's Forensic Science Program, and a Regents' Professor Emeritus, ASU.
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Summer-Fall 2015



  • Subcommittee on Testimony and Reporting, National Commission on Forensic Science, Department of Justice and National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST)
  • Legal Resource Committee, Organization of Scientific Area Committees, NIST
  • Invited paper on Deadly Statistics: How the Justices Misconstrued Standard Error, Confidence Intervals, and the Burden of Persuasion in Hall v. Florida, Joint Statistical Meetings, Seattle, WA, August 2015
  • Presentation to the NIST Expert Working Group on Human Factors in Handwriting Examination, on Lessons from the Expert Working Group on Human Factors in Latent Print Examination, Gaithersburg, MD, June 2015

Work in Progress

  • DNA Identification and the Threat to Civil Liberties, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press (in preparation)
  • Deadly Statistics in Hall v. Florida: IQ Scores and the Intellectual Disability Exemption from Capital Punishment
  • “Unhinged from Legal Logic”: Hall v. Florida’s Confidence Intervals and the Burden of Persuasion
  • Ultracrepidarianism in Forensic Science: The Hair Evidence Debacle, Washington & Lee Law Review (online), Vol. 72 (2015) (in press, preprint available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=2647430)
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