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Jamie Bush has been a Latent Print Examiner with the Mississippi Crime
Laboratory since 1995 and is the Manager of the Mississippi Crime Laboratory’s
Meridian Regional Lab. He has been the Latent Print Section Chief since 2003
and retired from the Laurel, Mississippi Police Department as Chief of Police in
1995. He has lectured extensively in the law enforcement community on such
topics as latent fingerprints, crime scene investigation and courtroom testimony.
Jaime Johnson has been a Forensic Drug Analyst with the Mississippi Crime
Laboratory since 1994 and has been accepted as an expert in the field of drug
analysis in local, state, federal and military courts over 125 times. She has
certified through the American Board of Criminalistics as a Technical Specialist in
drug analysis and has conducted numerous law enforcement classes on drug
identification, courtroom testimony, violent crime scene response and evidence
handling.