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Brian Krebs from The Washington Post has a really good article about Julie Amero posted on his Security Blog here.

Judge Hillary Strackbein said 40-year-old Julie
was entitled to a new trial “because a witness the state presented as a computer expert, a Norwich police detective, provided ‘erroneous’ testimony about the classroom computer,” according to the Hartford Courant.

“This is a case of a little bit of knowledge being too much,” Amero’s attorney, William Dow III told Security Fix. “The state’s witness was not qualified to offer the opinions he did and further examination by the state showed that the witness was just wrong. Thankfully, the judge understood that.”

Lots more, check it out.

Eric Sites, CTO

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