Forensic Science Bill Funding 'Unique' Facility Named For Dozier Victim Starts Moving In Florida House By Sascha Cordner • Dec 13, 2017 Pasco County Sheriff's Office A bill funding a unique facility to help solve cold cases is starting to move forward in the Florida House. Funding For 'Unique' Facility Named For Dozier Victim Does Not Survive Gov. Scott’s Veto Pen By Sascha Cordner • Jun 5, 2017 Aimee Blodgett / USF News Funding for a first-of-its-kind facility did not survive the Governor’s veto pen. That’s despite being named for an abused victim of the now-closed Dozier School for Boys. Out Of The Fryeing Pan, Into The Fire With Expert Witness Testimony By Kate Payne • Dec 11, 2015 Blogtrepreneur / http://www.blogtrepreneur.com/media-justice/ The Florida Bar Board of Governors is pushing back against the state’s expert witness testimony law. The law determines what kind of scientific testimony can be brought before a court of law.