How much science does a trial lawyer need to know to effectively represent his client? Why do prosecution investigators who I can trust seem to see nothing but the evidence that implicates my client? Now that I know the science, how do I cross-examine the State's expert? Now that I know the science, how do I teach it to the jury? Probabilistic genotyping . . .huh? For the answer to these and many other questions, come to TCDLA's 15th Annual Forensics Program in Austin on October 12-13. Presenters will help those of us who didn't go to medical school because we couldn't get the chemistry grades understand what we are dealing with and how to approach understanding the scientific discipline involved, the presentation of our direct evidence, and the cross-examination of the State's experts in ways to create a narrative that the jury can understand and act on to our client's favor.