Casey A. Krizman was recently interviewed as part of a very concerning news story on Denver 9 News about how DNA evidence used in criminal cases may have been compromised. Here’s an excerpt:

CBI said the 29-year veteran Yvonne “Missy” Woods is no longer an employee after “anomalies” were found in her work. According to a media release, the anomalies were discovered while reviewing a sampling of cases as part of an internal process.

“I can confirm I have clients who Ms. Woods worked on their cases,” Krizman said. “She’s not under investigation for a DUI or a homicide, but there are specifically anomalies in her work, and those anomalies are people’s lives. So that is why it’s really concerning.”

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