Upcoming Seminar: "DNA: Criminal Justice via Biotechnology".
jmchale at gmu.edu
Mon Dec 18 19:52:04 EST 1995
DNA Before and After O.J.
The Prince William Institute of George Mason University,
Administration of Justice Program, Manassas, Va. in colllaboration with
the American Type Culture Collection, Rockville, Md. is pleased to
present a one-day seminar on DNA and its impact on the Criminal Justice
ABOUT the Seminar
This one-day seminar is being offered at a reasonable tuition of $95
(for registrations prior to 31 January, 1996). The fee includes: a
continental breakfast, morning and afternoon refreshment breaks, a full
buffet luncheon, admission to all presentations,and all seminar materials
Experts in both the sciences of DNA and the justice system are
scheduled to speak at this one-day seminar. Presentations will be made on
the investigation, collection of evidence, labatory analysis, and the
prosecution and defense of DNA cases.
Also featured on the program are the principles envolved in the first
serial rapist-murder case in the United States that resulted in a
conviction based on DNA technology.
DATE AND TIME
Monday, 25 March, 1996 at the Holiday Inn iin Manassas, Virginia.
Registration and Breakfast begins at 8:15am, Program Opens at 9:00am.,EST
The Holiday Inn, 10800 Vandor Lane, Manassas, Virginia 22110. The Holiday
Inn is within easy driving distance of the most middle-Atlantic states. A
special room rate of $45.00 single/double will be available for three
days prior to and after the seminar for attendees wishing to visit the
historical areas around Washington, D.C. and Manassas. Hotel reservations
should be made directly with the Holiday Inn in Manassas, Virginia, phone
703-335-0000. Please mention that you are attending the PWI DNA seminar.
Registration materials for this seminar may be obtained by request from:
The Prince William Institute of George Mason University
Administration of Justice Program
Att: Associate Professor Art Sanders
7946 Donegan Drive
Manassas, Virginia 22110
Phones 703-993-8350 or 993-8313
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