BREAKING: NJ's AG Platkin Announces Adoption of Standards and Processes for Microstamping-Enabled Firearms Roster
Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin today announced that his office has established the standards and application process for handguns to be included on the State’s microstamping-enabled firearms roster.
Maryland Court states “Forensics can only identify, “TYPE” not “PARTICULAR” firearms when it comes to ballistic evidence found at a crime scene.
Opinion, “Kobina Ebo Baroque v. State of Maryland, No. 10, September Term, 2022. Opinion by Fader, C.J., EVIDENCE – EXPERT EVIDENCE”
Shortcomings of current firearm forensic examination left experts disagreeing 32-69% of the time on the origin of a bullet in the study below. Reducing uncertainty through the utilization of microstamping technology is a simple solution to ensure accuracy. Read the article below to learn more.
TACLABS Demonstrates Microstamping Capabilities with New Jersey Acting Attorney General
Todd Lizotte, President and CEO of TACLABS, demonstrates Microstamping at Brady United Against Gun Violence event