Jules Epstein is Associate Professor of Law at Widener University School of Law, where he teaches Evidence, Criminal Procedure and Criminal Law. He has published extensively regarding the death penalty, eyewitness identification and evidence. He is faculty for the National Judicial College, teaching Evidence and Capital Case courses. Professor Epstein has taught courses on eyewitness evidence nationally, published extensively on the subject, and testified as an expert witness. He has also taught comparatiove criminal law and procedure. In the area of forensics, Professor Epstein has worked on two DNA workgroups and in capital case trainings for NIJ, and on a working group on latent print issues for the National Institute for Standards and Technology.