An inside look at CrimeCon 2019

An inside look at CrimeCon 2019

Houston Votes To Place Wrongfully Convicted San Antonian On Board For City's Forensics Lab

Houston Votes To Place Wrongfully Convicted San Antonian On Board For City's Forensics Lab

Ten Years Later, Independence Should Be the Future of Forensics

Ten Years Later, Independence Should Be the Future of Forensics

City Council to vote on wrongly convicted woman's appointment to forensic science board

City Council to vote on wrongly convicted woman's appointment to forensic science board

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  • Houston Forensic Science Center
  • Attn: Public Information Officer
  • 500 Jefferson, 13th floor
  • Houston, Texas 77002



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