Dr. Henry C. Lee joined CSI Board of Directors
June 30th, 2000
CSI Technology Group announced today that Dr. Henry C. Lee, former Commissioner and Lab Chief of the Department of Public Safety for the State of Connecticut, has joined the company's Board of Directors. Dr. Lee is currently a distinguished professor at the University of New Haven, Chief emeritus of Forensic Science Services of Connecticut, and the director of the Institute of Forensic Research and Training Center.
CSI, located in Edison, NJ, is a software development firm specializing in criminal case management systems. They currently serve the NJ Office of the Public Defender, the Office of Attorney Ethics under the NJ Supreme Court and a number of County Prosecutor's offices in New Jersey.
William Yeh, President of CSI, noted that Dr. Lee is the top forensic expert in the country and has served as a consultant on many national and internationally noted cases. "Dr. Lee brings to our Board a wealth of experience in the forensic science and criminal justice field. The combination of his knowledge and our technology will allow us to produce advanced systems on evidence management and applications of artificial intelligence in criminal investigations."
Dr. Lee came to national prominence as an expert witness during the O.J. Simpson trial. He has assisted law enforcement agencies throughout the US and abroad on special missions. A graduate of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Dr. Lee also received a doctorate in biochemistry from New York University. He has also been awarded honorary doctoral degrees from Bridgeport University, the University of New Haven, St. Joseph's College, and William College Law School. Dr. Lee resides in Branford, Connecticut.
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