The Balance of justice and truth benefits both the victim and those accused equally. The DNA does not lie. It serves as evidence without respect to persons.
Recently we sent our Forensic Nurses to the IAFN Conference in Quebec, Canada for some of the latest insights into DNA Justice. Our director Lisa Lewis-Javar revealed, “It has been a very interesting course on identifying human remains. “Not just a box full of bones…”, South Carolina Coroner and Anthroplogist lectured, as he shared a new data- base called NAMUS that is used to identify missing persons. It will certainly bring closure to so many families who do not know what happened to their loved ones.
We strive to uphold the balance of truth and justice that our forensic expertise brings to victims and survivors of sexual assault.