Associated Press, February 7, 2012
Associated Press, February 7, 2012: The Connecticut crime lab where U.S. auditors identified multiple problems last year won its professional accreditation back Tuesday, a step hailed by the governor as a sign of a turnaround at a site that has struggled with a huge backlog of cases. The forensic lab in Meriden gained national prominence under the direction of UNH professor Henry Lee. UNH professor Michael Lawlor was appointed by Gov. Malloy to lead an investigative task force to restore the lab to its former status.
[This article also appeared in PoliceOne and The Connecticut Law Tribune]