R -v- Michael Stone

Analysis of disputed utterance in ‘Russell murders’ trial

J P French Associates were instructed to analyse a disputed part of a police interview with Michael Stone, where it was suggested he said his clothes from the time of the attack were all ‘burnt’.  The analysis revealed that the other interpretation ‘gone’ was better supported by the acoustic evidence.

Nottingham Crown Court, 2001.

Instructed by the Defence.  Produced report.

United Nations -v- General Radislav Krstic

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The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia at The Hague |

General Radislav Krstic was found guilty of Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity and Violations of the Laws or Customs of War.  J P French Associates carried out speaker comparison using recordings of Gen Krstic, producing reports and giving evidence at the Hague for the first of these UN ICTY tribunal cases to pass a sentence for genocide.

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, The Hague, 2001.
Instructed by the United Nations.  Produced reports and gave evidence in person.