- Taking Liberties with the Numbers: Following the lead of the Los Angeles Times, a prize-winning writer misinforms the California Bar in "Guilt by the Numbers: How Fuzzy is the Math that Makes DNA Evidence Look So Compelling to Jurors?"
- Rehash and Mismash in the Washington Monthly: Another misadventure in DNA statistics in which a reporter manufactures "DNA's Dirty Little Secret."
- McDaniel v. Brown: Prosecutorial and Expert Misstatements of Probabilities Do Not Justify Postconviction Relief -- At Least Not Here and Not Now: The Supreme Court's encounter with the transposition fallacy in McDaniel v. Brown.
- Another Expert Succumbs to the Transposition Fallacy: Dubious advice for lawyers in Dealing with DNA Evidence: A Legal Guide (London: Routledge-Cavendish 2007).
- An Open Letter to the Arizona Forensic Services Advisory Committee: A state crime laboratory director defends business as usual after the NAS report on Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States.
- The Spin Doctors: Parts of the forensic science establishment respond to the NAS report with various forms of denial.
- Just the Facts, Ma'am: Reflections on the American Association of Forensic Science's disdain for "philosophy, psychology, probability theory, statistics, differential equations."
- The Dalian Letters: A BIT Much: Sleazy correspondence with BIT Life Sciences, the intrepid organizers of World Congresses in Dalian, China.
In addition, the defunct Science & Law blog on the Law Professors' Blog Network has some good information. The archived material is in the right-hand column.