Fingerprint Investigations

Expert Fingerprint Witness and Consultation Services:

Expert Forensic & Fingerprint Witness.

Available for Testimony, Case Consultations, And Latent Print Analysis

Committed to providing the highest level of professionalism and expertise to clients has led to an outstanding track record of success!

Expert fingerprint witness with over 40 years’ experience in the field of fingerprint identification. Frank Rodgers is an internationally recognized fingerprint expert and leading crime scene examiner. 

Mr. Rodgers has served as the assistant crime lab director of the Phoenix Police Department, where he in fact played an instrumental role in solving many complex criminal cases.

His extensive experience and expertise in forensic science, has led Mr. Rodgers to being highly sought-after fingerprint witness, and his testimony has been instrumental in securing numerous convictions in court.

He has worked on a wide range of case including  high-profile crimes, homicides, sexual assaults, and robberies, therefore, you can rest assured Mr. Rodgers is a valuable assets to your legal team.

Available for Comparative Analysis:


Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems are computerized systems used to analyze and compare fingerprints for the purpose of identification. AFIS scans and digitizes fingerprint images, stores them in a database, and then uses algorithms to compare them to other fingerprints in the database to identify possible matches. AFIS is commonly used in law enforcement for criminal investigations.

Inked Prints

Inked prints are fingerprints that are taken using a method of applying ink to a person's fingers and then pressing them onto a piece of paper or card. They are typically used for identification purposes, such as background checks or when applying for a job, and are considered a standard method of obtaining fingerprints for legal or official purposes.

Latent Prints

Latent prints are invisible or hidden fingerprints left behind on a surface, which are not readily visible to the naked eye. They are often left behind as a result of oils, sweat, or other bodily secretions, and can be revealed through various forensic techniques to help identify suspects or link individuals to a crime scene.

Laser - Forensic Light System

A laser/forensic light system is a tool used in forensic investigations to detect and analyze evidence at crime scenes. The system emits different wavelengths of light that can reveal hidden or invisible details on a surface, such as fingerprints, bodily fluids, or fibers. The system is often used in conjunction with other forensic techniques to help identify suspects or gather evidence in criminal cases.

Image Enhancement

Involves using various techniques, such as adjusting brightness, contrast, and sharpness, reducing noise, and enhancing details to make the image more visually informative. Image enhancement helps investigators in analyzing and interpreting crucial details, such as faces, objects, or textual information, which can aid in identifying suspects, documenting evidence, or reconstructing crime scenes.

Qualified Expert Witness in both:
Criminal & Civil Cases

Municipal Courts

Municipal courts are local courts that handle cases related to city ordinances, traffic violations, and other minor offenses.

Justice Courts

Justice courts are similar to municipal courts, but handle cases related to county or state ordinances.

Superior Courts

Superior courts are higher-level state courts that handle more serious criminal cases, civil cases, and appeals from lower courts.

Federal Court

Federal courts are part of the national judicial system and have jurisdiction over cases that involve federal law or the US Constitution.

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