Kimberley F. Wallace Speaks on the Effects of Science and Technology on the Criminal Justice System
By: Carter Conboy
Kimberley F. Wallace was a panelist on the topic “From Investigations to Incarceration: How Science and Technology Impact the Different Stages of the Criminal Justice System,” on November 8, 2018, at Albany Law School, Albany, NY.
Kimberley’s panel presentation included discussion on how agencies’ use of surveillance technologies including wire-tapping, impact current criminal investigation and how the use of DNA has propelled the criminal justice system into the 21st century, as well as rising privacy concerns.
About Kimberley Wallace
Kimberley F. Wallace is an attorney at Carter Conboy. She represents individuals and businesses in white collar and corporate governance matters and investigations, as well as members of law enforcement in matters involving discipline, critical incidents, criminal defense, and civil litigation defense of constitutional and civil rights issues. Additionally, Kimberley defends various transportation companies, commercial carriers, manufacturers, and professionals in State and Federal Courts throughout New York, as well as before administrative agencies and in mediation and arbitration matters. Kimberley is a graduate of Sage College of Albany where she sits on the Board of Directors of the Alumni Association. She earned her law degree from Florida State University College of Law and is a member of the Capital District Women’s Bar Association, Capital District Black and Hispanic Bar Association, and the Albany County Bar Association. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and (518) 465-3484.
About Carter Conboy
Carter Conboy is a full-service law firm providing counsel to businesses, corporations, government, professionals, and individuals in 20 industries and 40 specialized service areas. Founded in 1920, Carter Conboy has offices in Albany and Saratoga Springs, NY.
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