David H. Kaye is 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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Winter-Spring 2019

Published

Work in Progress

  • The New Wigmore, A Treatise on Evidence: Expert Evidence, 3d ed., New York: Aspen Publishers (with D. Bernstein & J. Mnookin)
  • McCormick on Evidence, 8th ed. 2019, Thompson Reuters (with R. Mosteller ed. and four other co-authors)
  • DNA Identification and the Threat to Civil Liberties, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press
  • Handbook of Forensic Statistics, Chapman & Hall/CRC Press (editor, with David Banks, Karen Kafadar & Maria Tackett)
  • Forensic Statistics in the Courtroom, in Handbook of Forensic Statistics
  • Confidence Intervals, Credible Regions, and the Burden of Persuasion

Other

  • Talking about Likelihood and Probability for Probabilistic (And Other) Genotyping, FBI-NIJ Online Workshop Series: Probabilistic Genotyping of Evidentiary DNA Typing Results (Module 6), July 12, 2019 | webinar | slides |
  • Statistical Science, Daubert, Rule 702, and the PCAST Report, ABA Tenth Annual Prescription for Criminal Justice Forensics, Fordham University School of Law, New York City, May 30, 2019 | slides |
  • On Point, WBUR, National Public Radio, Boston, March 7, 2017 (David Boeri interview)
  • OSAC (Organization of Scientific Area Committees for Forensic Science)
    Legal Resource Committeee (affiliate member); Source Conclusions Interdisciplinary Subcommittee; Statisticians Task Group
  • Scientific Committee, 11th Triennial International Conference on Forensic Inference and Statistics, Lund, Sweden
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Summer-Fall 2018

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