SF DA publishes list of 822 convicts involved in laboratory analyst accused of engaging in metam


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San Francisco District Attorney’s Office published An online list of allegations that a former forensic laboratory analyst at the city’s forensic office who was caught with a bag of methamphetamine may have been affected.

Justin Walk, 40, was arrested in Utah on Aug. 31 by Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies for finding a bag containing a “large crystal-like object” in a car. increase speed. The car was also found with suspicious meth tubes, bags of powder, 14 unknown pills and documents from the medical examination office, according to a regional correspondent. KQED.

Prosecutors in Washington have accused Falk of possessing methamphetamine for distribution

Wolf, who has worked in the forensic laboratory of a medical expert since 2007, has assisted prosecutors in the DA office in hundreds of cases.


“My office was very quick to respond to the allegations against Justin Wolk, and we worked to review all the cases in which we were involved,” said District Attorney Cesa Bowdin. “Ensuring the integrity of our beliefs is paramount, and that is why we are publishing this information as part of our commitment to integrity and transparency in the criminal justice system.”

The list, published online on Friday, includes 822 Wolf’s convictions, and much more as the DA’s office continues to review.

The office said Wolf “played a role in the investigation, collection and storage of evidence in more than 2,500 law enforcement investigations.” Of these, 500 were death investigations, 1,200 were sexual assault investigations, and 800 were DUI investigations.

In his work, Wolf would be engaged in the collection, logging, addition, storage, disposal, screening and preparation of biological and toxicological samples for forensic examination.

The DA office has asked Mayor Bridden for additional resources to address the issue, as appeals will be collected and new lawsuits will be filed. According to the DA office, the estimated cost of the increase in workload is approximately $ 455,731.

The DA office issued a spreadsheet containing all the warnings that the information “does not call into question the correctness of the conviction or gives the convicts the right to relief.” The list will help gather more information to determine the evidence that Volk was convicted of.

Wolf is being investigated by the DA office.


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