Dr. Robert Bennett  - Charleston DNA -
M E D I C AL  -  L E G A L  -  F O R E N S I C
DNA - Drug - Alcohol - Paternity - Forensic Testing
                 RobertBennettPhD@gmail.com                         843-571-7488             


 


Dr. Bennett has extensive experience as a forensic scientist, expert witness, forensic pharmacy, and consultant, and in that capacity he has provided case analysis, depositions, trial testimony, cause and effect relationships, and forensic consultation and examination.

The following is a list of some of the Forensic services offered.  If you don't see the forensic service that may be useful in your situation, contact Dr. Bennett at 843-571-7488:

 

DNA Testing for Paternity Identification:

Child support responsibility
Child custody/visitation rights
Social security benefits

Drug Testing for Substances of Abuse:

Forensic level testing
Cocaine, amphetamine, heroin, marijuana, prescription drugs, etc
Recent usage (urine test)
Long term use (hair test)
Segmental hair analysis/drug use timeline (i.e.1 month, 5 months, 9 months etc.)
Quick test (10 minutes)

 

Alcohol Testing:

Blood levels, breath testing, saliva testing
Ethyl Glucuronide (EtG) testing for recent use (1-3 days)
dCDT/GGT test for heavy alcohol use long term (alcohol abuse)

 

Criminalistics and Forensics:

DNA matching in sexual offenses (i.e., rape, incest, paternity, assault)
Poisons/Toxins/Drug analysis
Crime scene investigation evaluation/Case review
Fingerprinting
Fibers
Gun shot residue
Ballistics


Independent Medical Case Examination:
Medical file review
Case review
Drug utilization reviews (i.e., improper medication, drug reactions)
Medical research
Data analysis


Expert Witness:

Worker's compensation
Personal injury
Medical malpractice
Wronful death


Drug Testing of Infants and Children:

Determine environmental (household) exposure
Determine in utero (in the womb) exposure, even after birth


Home Swabbing:

In home swabbing for drugs
In home swabbing for unknown substance analysis
Confirm drug presence in household or work environment


Semen/Sperm Identification:

Infidelity
Adultery
Underwear, bed sheets, clothing, towels, any item


Biological Fluid Testing:

Intentional contamination (i.e., restaurants)
Foods and consumables
Store shelf products tampering


HIV, Herpes, and Hepatitis Testing

All other clinical laboratory and diagnostic testing is available