Murder involving multiple suspects
Calls were made to a taxi company as part of a series of events which led to the murder and shooting of two young men.
We were instructed by the police to compare the voices of a number of suspects with the taxi caller. The results indicated that one of the men could have been the caller, while the others had very different voice and speech patterns. The suspect identified by our testing later admitted to having made the call in court. He was eventually found guilty and sentenced to 36 years imprisonment.
Further information about the case can be found in this article:
November 2015; Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK
Instructed by the Crown; Dr Rhodes’ report was accepted in evidence and helped to direct the prosecutions.