Deaths in Police, Court and Correctional Custody

Not infrequently do deaths occur in the criminal justice system, and civil action by the family of the deceased commonly follows. The Forensic Panel’s pathologists have extensive death investigation experience which can be crucial to such civil cases. Furthermore, deaths in the criminal justice system lend themselves to political bias – both for and against police, court and correctional authorities. Pathologists of The Forensic Panel avoid this bias and instead focus their examinations on the scientific evidence of the case. Their impartiality in police, court and correctional custody cases is one of the many advantages of The Forensic Panel. This impartiality is supported by the peer-review process, in which the collaboration of experts provides unmatched scientific accountability and neutrality.