Publications

Fire Investigation and Cognitive Bias
Wiley Encyclopedia of Forensic Science – December 2014

Anatomy of a Wrongful Arson Conviction: Sentinel Event Analysis in Fire Investigation
October 2014

Reliability and Validity in Fire Scene Examination (Webinar)
West Virginia University, Forensic Science Initiative – July 2013

A Burning Questionpdf
The Champion – National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers – July 2013

Forensic Fire Scene Examination – What it Tells Us, and What it Doesn’tpdf
California Attorneys for Criminal Justice FORUM – July 2013

How “Sloppy” Fire Science Sends Innocents to Prison
The Crime Report – July 2013

Measuring the Impact of Cognitive Bias in Fire Examinationspdf
October 2012

Case Study Review of Cognitive Bias in Fire Investigationpdf
October 2012

Challenging the “Science” of Arson
The Crime Report – May 2012

Arson and “Junk Science”
The Crime Report – April 2012

Fire Pattern Analysis and Case Study Review in Post-Flashover Firespdf
April 2012