Join Paul Zambella as he discusses some of the most infamous cases in which he was involved as a forensic scientist at the Massachusetts State Police Crime Lab. Focus of the program is on the forensic evidence and how it provided information which was instrumental in assisting prosecutors to secure the conviction of each suspect.
The cases discussed will cover crimes and evidence that are graphic and potentially disturbing. Patron discretion is advised.
Meeting ID: 898 2823 4800
Presenter Paul Zambella was employed as a Forensic Scientist at the Massachusetts State Police Crime Laboratory for 36 years. His functions in the laboratory included crime scene investigator, criminalist, drug analyst, serologist and toxicologist. He participated in more than 500 crime scene investigations, examined thousands of physical evidence items and testified in more than 350 criminal trials. Paul has taught courses in Forensic Science at Northeastern University, Salem State University and Hesser College. He has also lectured at Suffolk University and to various law enforcement institutions including the Massachusetts State Police Academy, the Northeast Regional Police Institute and the Massachusetts District Attorneys Association (MDAA).