Lisa Schwind currently serves as Statewide Unit Head of the Forensic Services and... more
Lisa Schwind currently serves as Statewide Unit Head of the Forensic Services and Education Unit as well as Director of the Innocence Project for the State of Delaware, Office of the Public Defender. She has also served 9 years with Widener University School of Law, Legal Education Institute as adjunct faculty, where she teaches courses in both forensics, and issues of criminal law. Lisa i... view profile
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