Man faces 10 years for fudging computer credentials
A former computer forensics expert hired to testify in court cases has pleaded guilty to federal perjury charges for falsifying his resume and lying in open court, presumably about his credentials.
James Earl Edmiston pleaded guilty to two counts of perjury relating to testimony he gave in two separate criminal cases, both involving child pornography. His mea culpa comes after federal agents involved in the cases grew suspicious of his resume.
At The Register.
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