CHERRY BIOMETRICS Inc.
INNOVATORS OF HIDDEN INFORMATION SECURITY. We have many years of large scale information technology experience.
Michael Cherry addressed the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Committee. His topic was Information Technology Security and the latest border-control systems that authenticate the identity of individuals through the use of iris or digit scans.
Early design team Apollo 11, The Trip to The Moon. Designers of international automated banking and brokerage applications including wire and celluar communications systems. Clients include: JP Morgan Chase, UBS, Citigroup, Fedwire, SWIFT, Western Union and NCR. We designed and built imaging products that were sold worldwide by IBM and Sony.
Michael Cherry, Manfred Schenk and Joseph Kennedy are the ONLY experts to have ever won Innocence, Habeas, Dauberts and the Exclusion of Drive Tests and Call Detail Records (CDR's) against Historical Cell Site Analysis / Cell Tower Tracking.
Call Detail Records (CDR's) were not designed for courtroom tracking purposes and as such they are ALWAYS inexact and unreliable. As cell phone application developers we are proud of our groundbreaking Daubert and Innocence wins including the following:
We are members of several Wireless Associations including the California Wireless Association and the Telecommunications Society for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).
On May 11, 2011 Adrian Deon Brown was found not guilty of murder and he walked out of the Ocala, FL County Courthouse. Prosecution experts included two Radio Frequency (RF) Engineers, one from Sprint and one from Verizon. The defense team included Attorney Nicole Hardin, Michael Cherry and Manfred Schenk.
On December 15, 2010 Antoine Paris Davis was acquitted in the Middletown, CT Superior Court. He was charged with home invasion robbery, burglary, assault, larceny, conspiracy and accessory to kidnapping with a firearm. His defense attorney Aaron J. Romano used Manfred Schenk, as his Cell Tower Expert. The prosecution used a Verizon RF Engineer Manager.
On Sept. 20, 2012 the employment of Messrs. Joyce, Bligh, and Cashman was reinstated by their employer National Grid. Their employment was terminated eight months earlier when outside cell phone experts accused them of stealing time based on cell tower call detail records (CDR’s). The outside cell phone experts choose not to appear at the final labor arbitration hearing as Manfred Schenk was there to challenge their interpretations.
Mike and Manfred,
Lisa Roberts was released yesterday afternoon. The DA will not
attempt to prosecute the case again. Thank you so much for your
work on this case. It was pretty amazing to be there to pick up Lisa
at the prison gate as she was released after serving 12 years for a
crime she did not commit. Cheers, William
William J. Teesdale Federal Public Defender Chief Investigator 101 S.W. Main St., Suite 1700 Portland, OR 97204
I would like to endorse Michael Cherry for anyone who has a case where
cellular tower records are being used to locate the position of a defendant
or witness. He assisted me greatly in my last trial that ended in a not
guilty verdict. I spoke with the jurors who all stated after the cross exam
of the state's expert and our presentation of evidence, the cellular tower
location was not even a consideration. We should all be pushing for this
evidence to be tossed out in a Daubert/Frye hearing. While one was held in
my case and the judge allowed the evidence in, the jury was bright enough to
know what to do with this type of evidence- throw it out!
Thank you Mike and Manfred!
Aaron J. Romano, P.C.- Trial Attorneys
45 Wintonbury Avenue, Suite 107
Bloomfield, CT 06002
Licensed in CT, PA, USVI
We have appeared before the National Academies of Science. We have voted on international law enforcement biometric standards at the invitation of the United States Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for the past 10 years.
THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE WEB SITE HAS FAVORABLY REVIEWED TWO OF OUR JUDICATURE MAGAZINE FINGERPRINT ARTICLES:
NCJ Number: NCJ 216466
Title: How We Can Improve the Reliability of Fingerprint Identification
Journal: Judicature Volume:90 Issue:2 Dated:September-October 2006 Pages:55 to 57
Author(s): Michael Cherry; Edward Imwinkelried
NCJ Number: NCJ 215028
Title: Cautionary Note About Fingerprint Analysis and Reliance on Digital Technology
Journal: Judicature Volume:89 Issue:6 Dated:May-June 2006 Pages:334 to 338
Author(s): Michael Cherry ; Edward Imwinkelried
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