Jay Jarvis in the news
To see Jay on the Discovery ID program Reasonable Doubt, click HERE.
To watch Jay's appearance on a Dateline NBC episode explaining the operation of a firearm, click HERE.
To listen to Jay on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's "Breakdown" podcast, click HERE.
To read about Jay's presentation to the Rome Rotary Club about some of his memorable cases, click HERE.
To read a story in The Charlotte Observer quoting Jay's opinion on firearms evidence, click HERE.
To listen to Jay on the Crime and Science Radio podcast, click HERE.
"Cannot thank you enough for your guidance regarding the firearm as well as the shotgun stippling – both were extremely helpful in navigating the case and being able to have productive, intelligent discussions with the Medical Examiner and the prosecuting attorney. I will definitely reach out in the future if I have another case with these types of issues."
"I have not taken time to say how much the family appreciates the effort you put into my nephew’s case. After a 3 day hearing, the jury took only 30 minutes to change the manner and the cause of death to undetermined based on all the inconsistencies in the way the case was handled from the beginning. Even though it will not bring him back, at least it removed the stigma from his death certificate. My family and I are most grateful for what you have done for us. Thanks again for your work on this case. I appreciate your objectivity and your review of the evidence."
"The other day, two months before trial and days after I gave notice on our use of the expert, the prosecutors called me saying that, despite all of their policies about not giving an offer in the case, an offer would now be made. After some back and forth, the defendant accepted a plea under 11(c)(1)(C) to 60 months. Under the circumstances, that was a very favorable deal and its extension, I think, had a lot to do with having an expert and letting the government know that we were going with a full-throated forensic defense. "
"You're right, it's not what I want to hear but it's absolutely what I needed to know. Thank you so much for your assistance."
"Thank you Mr. Jarvis, and thank you for looking at this case so quickly. This examination was critical in this case and I appreciate your efforts, particularly given the short time frame at play."