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PCR DNA tests, Bloodsworth case, 1993
Peter J. Neufeld [left], and Barry C. Scheck [right]
Arne Tiselius
Brian Andresen with a sample vial, July 2004
Vials and evidence, July 2004
Dr. Brian Andresen's lab notebook, May 1, 1999-December 11, 2001
Respiratory therapist Efren Saldivar appears in court, 1998
Wilhelm Röntgen
This right anterior view of a three-dimensional CT reconstruction of the bony skull with bullet wounds shows the hole of the exit wound through the right-sided temporal entrance wound, 2003
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Peter J. Neufeld [left], and Barry C. Scheck [right]
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The New Forensic Science

Peter J. Neufeld [left], and Barry C. Scheck [right]
In 1992, lawyers Barry Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld created the Innocence Project, a nonprofit legal clinic that takes on cases where post-conviction DNA testing of evidence can yield proof of innocence not available at the time of trial.
The Innocence Project