1 Curriculum Vitae Michael J. Spence, Ph.D. Forensic DNA Consultant-Spence Forensic Resources 2455 E. Missouri Ave. Suite A, Las Cruces, NM Cell: , Fax: , Website: spenceforensics.com, Blog: dna-criminal-justice.blogspot.com Educational Background: Institute and location Degree Conferred Field of Study New Mexico State University Ph.D. Dec., 1990 Molecular Las Cruces, New Mexico Biology University of Texas El Paso M. S. Dec., 1985 Applied El Paso, Texas Microbiology University of Texas El Paso B. S. Aug., 1983 Applied El Paso, Texas Microbiology Professional Experience in Forensic Biology: 2/08-Present: Forensic DNA Consultant, Spence Forensic Resources, Las Cruces, NM 6/07-2/08: Technical Manager, Forensic Testing Laboratories, Las Cruces, NM 5/03-5/07: Forensic Biologist, Indiana State Police, Evansville Regional Laboratory Summary of Forensic Training: Spence Forensic Resources (SFR): Founded forensic biology/dna consulting company. SFR provides a range of services available to both the prosecution and the defense including examination of case reports and all supporting documentation, as well as consulting and expert witness testimony at criminal case hearings, depositions, and trials. These services have necessitated the review of the Quality Assurance Systems, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and DNA Technical Manuals originating from over 50 forensic DNA crime laboratories and private DNA testing facilities spanning across the United States. Forensic Testing Laboratories: Development of a Quality Assurance Policy in preparation for a pending accreditation process with FQS-I assessors. Design and validation of Standard Operating Procedures and worksheets for documentation of Chain of Custody, Evidence Screening, DNA extraction/purification, real-time PCR quantification, STR-based DNA typing, statistical data interpretation, case report writing, and case review. Preparation of Forensic Biologist training manuals, including a strategy for competency/proficiency testing. Interviewing prospective new employees. Work with local law enforcement investigators on preliminary, non-probative cases. Applied Biosystems Instrument Training-3130 Capillary Electrophoresis, 7500 Real-Time PCR and newly released Quantifiler Duo DNA Quantification System, January 28-29, 2008.
2 Promega Corporation demonstration and training on the use of PlexorHY Real-Time PCR Quantification System, February 1-2, Indiana State Police Laboratory: Evidence Screening/DNA Proficiency Training Program. Training included the following: chain of custody, evidence handling and screening for biological material, presumptive and confirmatory testing for blood, semen, saliva, human origin testing, comparative hair analysis, DNA extraction and purification, slot blot-based and real-time PCR-based DNA quantification systems, Promega PowerPlex16-based typing of DNA, statistical assessment of single-source and mixture DNA profiles. Training and mock cases were used to emphasize preparation for courtroom testimony. Case report writing and technical review of reports prepared by associated forensic biologists. IN St. Police proficiency training-applied Biosystems Real-Time PCR, completed Dec., 2006 Training on the use of a newly developed Lab Information Management System, Sept FBI DNA Auditing Training Workshop and Certification, Fredericksburg, VA, July 2006 Bode Technology Workshop: Advances in Human Identification, San Diego, CA, April 2006 SPEX Forensics Alternate Light Source Crime Scope Training, November 2005 ABI Training for Capillary Electrophoresis and Real-Time PCR Processes, August 2005 Statistics-Forensic Biology Applications Training, November 2004 Statistics Workshop presented by Charles Brenner, Ph.D., March 2004 Auditor-National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC): June 2008-May Assessments of DNA labs at the following locations: Texas DPS Crime Lab-Austin; TX, Fort Worth PD Crime Lab; Univ. of N. TX-Center for Human Identification; Tarrant Co. Medical Examiner; Balt. City PD. Crime Lab; K.C. PD Crime Lab; FL Dept. of Law Enforcement Labs Tampa/Orl., FL; Lab Corp Burlington, NC; NC Dept. of Public Safety, Raleigh, NC. Crime Laboratory Examinations: Evidence Screening and DNA Case Analysis: Cases completed: 101 case examinations. Dr. Spence is no longer a bench Forensic Biologist. Educational Training Provided 90-minute PowerPoint presentation entitled: How Forensic DNA Analysis is Prone to Misinterpretation December 7, 2012: New Mexico Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, March 28, 2013: Maricopa County Office of the Public Defender (Phoenix, AZ); March 29, 2013: Pima County Office of the Public Defender (Tucson, AZ). September 19, 2014: Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association (El Paso, TX). DNA Expert Guest Appearances on News New Mexico-Statewide radio broadcasts: : Eight appearances. Link to News New Mexico website: Expert Witness Experience: Testimony in a total of 64 criminal proceedings. Testimony: 16 trials all for the prosecution: All occurring in the state of Indiana. Testimony: 48 additional proceedings all for the defense: 27 NM hearings & trials: (10/28/08, 04/08/09, 04/09/09, 05/08/09, 07/17/09, 08/05/09, 05/11/10, 05/27/10, 06/18/10, 07/28/10, 08/06/10, 01/13/11, 01/20/11, 04/20/11, 08/10/11, 11/16/11, 05/08/12, 05/25/12, 07/13/12, 08/02/12, 09/10/12, 10/25/13, 02/28/14, 05/07/14, 08/07/14, 02/11/15, & 03/27/15); 1 hearing, 9 trials TX: (10/06/08, 03/03/10, 08/04/11, 10/10/13, 01/15/14, 01/30/14, 08/01/14, 01/30/15, 04/10/15, 04/13/15); 2 hearings, 4 trials AZ, (07/12/11, 03/28/12, 9/26/12, 12/13/12, 01/02/13, & 06/09/15). 2 MD trials (03/31/09 & 10/07/11). 2 CO trials (09/22/14 & 05/21/15). 1 South Carolina trial (06/19/15).
3 Technical Review of DNA Cases and Recent Notable Cases: Estimated total number of case reviews for either the prosecution or the defense: 675+ State of New Mexico v. Juantio Becenti, November 28, 2008 testimony, Aztec, NM: Counsel for prosecution withdrew from the case prior to jury deliberation. State of Maryland v. Larry Wooden, March 3, 2009 trial, Baltimore, MD: Counsel for prosecution decided to eliminate all biological/dna aspects of the case. Defendant was subsequently found not guilty of first and second degree murder. Jury found defendant guilty of gun possession. U.S.A. v. Seth Hornedeagle, April 9, 2009 testimony in U.S. Federal Court, Las Cruces, NM: State of New Mexico v. Fernando Coyazo, May 8, 2009 testimony, Alamogordo, NM: Defendant found not guilty on all counts and immediately released. State of Maryland v. Gary Leon Holloway, March 9, 2010 trial, Frederick, MD: Attempted homicide case was dismissed due to questionable eye witnesses and misinterpretation of DNA results. State of New Mexico v. Danny Rascon, June 18, 2010 testimony, Alamogordo, NM: Defendant found not guilty on all counts and released. U.S.A. v. Theodore Largo, July 28, 2010 testimony in U.S. Federal Court, Albuquerque, NM: State of Maryland v. Alonzo Jay King, Jr., September 27, 2011 trial, Baltimore, MD: State of Maryland v. Darrol Chris Sands, February 24, 2012 trial, Hagerstown, MD: Homicide case: Defendant found not guilty. State of Maryland v. Tremayne Johnson, April 11, 2012 trial, Baltimore, MD: Animal abuse case: Defendant found not guilty. State of New Mexico v. Michael Burns, May 25, 2012 testimony, Las Cruces, NM: Defendant found not guilty on all counts and released. State of Vermont v. John Grega: A pro bono case. In 1995, John was wrongfully imprisoned for the murder of his wife, Christine. He was the first person in the history of Vermont to be sentenced to life in prison without parole. In 2012, a DNA testing strategy crafted by Dr. Spence and other DNA scientists identified an unknown male the actual killer. On August 21, 2013, all charges were dismissed. State of Texas v. Jon David Stover, October 9-10, 2013 testimony, Texarkana, TX: Defendant found not guilty on all counts and immediately released. State of Texas v. Jackie Fowler, October 28, 2013, Bastrop, TX: Counsel for prosecution dismissed case prior to trial. State of Texas v. Curtis Rollins, January 6, 2014, Houston, TX: Counsel for prosecution dismissed case immediately prior to commencement of the trial. State of New Mexico v. Richard Diab, February 28, 2014 testimony, Albuquerque, NM: Homicide case: Defendant found not guilty and released. State of New Mexico v. Jeremy Gatzke, March 11, 2014, Albuquerque, NM: On this date and prior to trial, the prosecutor filed a motion of nolle prosequi. The case was subsequently dismissed. State of New Mexico v. Walter Kerbo, Nov. 21, 2014, Albuquerque, NM: Defendant found not guilty. State of Texas v. Mariano Nieves, January 30, 2015 testimony, Houston, TX: Defendant found not guilty on all counts and immediately released. State of Colorado v. Zachary Meints, May 21, 2015 testimony, Boulder, CO: Defendant found not guilty on all counts and immediately released.
4 Publications in Forensic Biology (Not listed are fourteen additional, previous publications in biological sciences) Christina T. Kline, Demosthenes Lorandos, Michael J. Spence. If DNA, then guilty: Strategies for overcoming juror assumptions about DNA evidence in criminal trials. January/February 2015 issue of The Champion: Pages Post-doctoral Research Experience: 1/91-11/94: Post-doctoral Research Assistant, University of Vermont Department of Molecular Genetics, Burlington, VT. Research Summary: Molecular genetics of protein processing. 12/94-4/03: Assistant Scientist, V.A. Medical Center, Boise, ID. Research Summary: Secured funding for an independent research project on anticancer properties of the cytokine oncostatin M. 2/08-Present: Forensic DNA Consultant, Spence Forensic Resources, Las Cruces, NM. Research Summary: Literature review of forensic biology/dna, including the following: Proper crime lab procedures in forensic biology, DNA evidence handling and proper reporting of data, DNA contamination errors during crime lab processing of evidence, failure of crime labs to properly document corrective action issues, DNA transfer theory, DNA mixture interpretation, low copy number (LCN) DNA typing, interpretation of RFU limits and reporting thresholds. Teaching Experience: December 2006: Visiting Presentation: Southern Indiana Technology Career Training Center. Provided forensic biology presentations to two classes composed of approximately sixty junior/senior level high school students. February 2006: Visiting Presentation: Riley Children's Hospital of Indianapolis. Provided a training presentation to twenty-five sexual assault nurse examiners. Discussion focused on optimal collection and preservation of evidence associated with sexual assault kits. The presentation also summarized the state of advancing technologies in evidence screening and DNA typing. Fall 2002 Semester: Adjunct Faculty Instructor: Boise State University. Worked on a team-taught course organized by Dr. Cheryl Jorcyk, Department of Biology, Boise State University. This course was entitled: Introduction to Bioinformatics. Presented a section entitled: Data Mining: DNA Microarrays & Cluster Analysis. Spring 1993 Semester: Postdoctoral Teaching Assistant, Univ. of Vermont Dept. of Molecular Genetics. Participated in teaching a graduate course in Mammalian Cell Molecular Genetics. 8/88-5/90: Doctoral Teaching Assistant, Department of Biology, New Mexico St. University. Two semesters teaching Cell Physiology Lab, one semester General Biology Lab. 8/83-12/85: Master's Teaching Assistant, Department of Biology, Univ. of Texas at El Paso.Five semesters teaching General Biology Labs.
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