Issues in Reporting

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In early August of 2010, the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation was proven to have misrepresented or completely hidden test results for approximately 230 cases which involved blood work. It is believed that an internal audit laid the groundwork to establish faulty, unethical procedures by many of their lab analysts. Corrupt law enforcement, attorneys, and judges have been discussed. What, if anything, differentiates the lab analysts? Can such unethical behaviors be prevented?

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Issues in Reporting

Paper details:

In early August of 2010, the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation was proven to have misrepresented or completely hidden test results for approximately 230 cases which involved blood work. It is believed that an internal audit laid the groundwork to establish faulty, unethical procedures by many of their lab analysts. Corrupt law enforcement, attorneys, and judges have been discussed. What, if anything, differentiates the lab analysts? Can such unethical behaviors be prevented?

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