DNA Forensics workshop in Florida

736px-Image-Jacksonville_Skyline_Panorama_2The Association of Translators and Interpreters of Florida (ATIF) is organizing a 4-hour workshop on January 18th [next week!] on DNA Forensics at Duval Courthouse in Jacksonville, Florida.

“Presenter: Davor Zidovec, Ph.D. is a Certified Court Interpreter in Federal Court, State of Georgia and State of Florida. Davor’s educational background spans three continents, Europe, South America and North America. He holds seven US Patents, has been published in scientific and technical journals and presented at technical conferences. His working languages are English, Spanish, Croatian and Bosnian.  Davor is also the owner of First Coast Interpreting and Translation, Inc., a Jacksonville-based language service provider.

Fl Courts CIEs: 4,5 (CEAA# 12-0042)   ATA CEUs: 4  NAJIT CEUs: applied for

  • Time: 1:00 pm.
  • Location: Duval County Courthouse, 501 W. Adams Street, Jacksonville 32202
  • Presenter: Davor is an ATIF member and a Federal, Georgia, and Florida Certified Court Interpreter.


The 4-hour workshop will address, among other things, identification, analysis techniques, possible results, types of samples, paternity tests, terminology, and more. A multilingual glossary will be distributed; there is no cost to attend.

This presentation will be given in South Florida later on in 2013.

To register email admin@atifonline.org with your name and phone number.

Greece, Corinth CanalDisclaimer: Please note that WordstoDeeds provides the above for information purposes only and has no connection with the organizers.

Credit: Thanks to Judy Jenner’s Twitter feed for the heads-up.

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