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Tuesday, September 10 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Firearms Evidence & Ballistics

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This session will cover forensic firearms evidence, nomenclature, operation and ballistics as it applies to your cases. Topic material will cover: • Interior Ballistics • Exterior / Terminal Ballistics • Basic types of firearms and how they operate • Firearms identification • Basic shooting incident evidence and reconstruction • Shooting Reconstruction Checklist Session Objectives  Help recognize critical questions and issues in cases involving firearms when talking to defendant and or witnesses  Facilitate intelligent discussions with forensic experts such as criminalists, firearms examiners and medical examiners  Assist in the reading of police and medical examiner reports  Understand and recognize the basic reconstruction of shooting scenes from forensic firearms evidence

Speakers
avatar for Watani Tyehimba, CPP, CCDI

Watani Tyehimba, CPP, CCDI

Investigator, (TSI) Tyehimba Services, Inc. Investigative & Protective Services
Watani S.U. Tyehimba, CPP, CCDI (CPP), Board Certified in Security Management, and (CCDI), Board Certified Criminal Defense Investigator has been in the protective services field since 1972. He has performed duties as a legal investigator and paralegal for law firms in California... Read More →


Tuesday September 10, 2019 2:15pm - 3:15pm PDT
Room 138