Professor in Political Science and Computer and Information Science

David Lazer

DNA and the Criminal Justice System: Publications List

David Lazer, "Finding Criminals Through DNA of Their Relatives," Science 312, June 2, 2006. (with F. Bieber and C. Brenner).

David Lazer, "Statutory Frameworks for Regulating Information Flows:  Drawing Lessons for DNA Data Banks from other Government Data Systems." Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics 34, 2006: 366-374. (with V. Mayer-Schoenberger)

D. Lazer, DNA and the Criminal Justice System. The Technology of Justice (ed.), MIT press 2004.D. Lazer, The Technology of Justice: DNA and the Criminal Justice System (MIT press, 2004), including: "Introduction: DNA and the Criminal Justice System," and "DNA and the Criminal Justice System: Consensus and Debate," (with Michelle Meyer). (See reviews in the Journal of Clinical InvestigationsJournal of Forensic Sciences and APSA's sponsored Law& Politics Book Review)

 

D. Lazer and F. Bieber, “Familial Searching, its promise and perils,” LA Times, July 10, 2010.

Frederick Bieber and David Lazer, "DNA Sweep Must Be Accompanied by Informed Consent," Provincetown Banner, January 20, 2005.

Frederick Bieber and David Lazer, "Guilt by Association?" The New Scientist, September 23, 2004.

Frederick Bieber and David Lazer, "Lessons Learned from a Miscarriage of Justice" Boston Globe, April 12, 2003.