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					                                    Curriculum Vitae

                                  Ronald L. Moore
                            Independent Forensic Consultant


EDUCATION

1.   Degrees

     Bachelor of Science, Biology, University of California at Riverside, 1988

     Juris Doctor, Western State University College of Law, 2003
           Earl Warren Scholarship, Four-Year Full Tuition Scholarship
           Valedictorian, Magna Cum Laude
           Certificate in Criminal Law, Criminal Law Practice Center
           Law Review: Technical Editor, Managing Editor, Senior Managing Editor
           President, Criminal Law Association, 2000-2003
           Witkin Award for Academic Excellence (former American Jurisprudence Award)
                Criminal Law, Criminal Justice Ethics, Torts I, Torts II, Juvenile Law,
                Professional Skills II, Property II, Advanced Criminal Procedure
           Passed California Bar Examination, July 2003.
           California State Bar # 231786, Admitted to practice 7/2/04
           United States Supreme Court, Admitted to practice 5/18/09

     Associate of Arts, Culinary Arts, Saddleback College, 2009


2.   Additional Training and Education

     General Forensics

     1.   Post graduate course work in Chemistry (five units) and Forensic Science (three
          units), 1988 - 1990

     2.   J & W Scientific seminar, "Gas Chromatography for Drugs of Abuse," five hours,
          1989

     3.   Online Forensic Science Informational Resources, California Criminalistics
          Institute, Eric Moser, eight hours, 1991

     4.   Basic Forensic Microscopy, Ed Rhodes, six hours, 1994

     5.   Courtroom Presentation of Evidence, Richard Koniescka, eight hours, 1994




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Forensic Alcohol

    1.   Southern California Research Institute, "Evidence for Alcohol Impairment at
         0.08% Blood Alcohol Content," eight hours, 1990

    2.   California Association of Toxicologists seminar, "Driving Under the Influence
         (DUI) of Alcohol/Drugs," eight hours, 1990

    3.   Forensic Alcohol Supervisor Course, California Department of Justice, forty
         hours, 1991

    4. "Forensic Alcohol Analysis and Toxicology," A.W. Jones, Ph.D., sixteen hours,
       1992

    5. Alco-Sensor IV-XL Maintenance School, Intoximeters, Saint Louis, MO, twenty-
       eight hours, 2003

    6. DUI Seminar, POST certified. Cavenaugh & Associates, Laguna Niguel, CA
       thirty-six hours, 2004

    7. SFST Update, Orange County Sheriff-Coroner Department, Training Division, four
       hours, 2004

    8. DUI and Medical Conditions, California Association of Toxicologists, Sacramento,
       CA. eight hours, 2005

    9. Recent Developments in Alcohol Research, CAC Seminar, Southern California
       Research Institute. D. Fiorentino and M. Burns, eight hours, 2005

    10. Rules of the Road, California Attorneys for Criminal Justice Seminar, Rancho
       Mirage, CA 2007

    11. DUI Seminar, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers / National
        College for DUI Defense, Las Vegas, NE 2007

    12. Winter Session, National College for DUI Defense, Waikiki, HI 2008

    13. NHTSA / IACP DRE Advanced Course. Impaired Driving Specialists. Tony
        Palacios. 28 hours. Harrisburg, PA, June 18-21, 2009.




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    Crime Scene Investigation

    1.   Cadaver Search Training for Dogs, Bill Tolhurst, sixteen hours, 1993

    2.   Crime Scene Investigation I, Joe Rynearson, California Criminalistics Institute,
         forty hours, 1993

    3.   Crime Scene Investigation II, Joe Rynearson, California Criminalistics Institute,
         forty hours, 1994

    4.   Forensic Wound Pathology, Patrick Bessant-Matthews, California Association of
         Criminalists, thirty-two hours, 1995

    5.   Bloodstain Pattern Interpretation, California Criminalistics Institute, forty hours,
         1996

    6.   Multidisciplinary Detection of Clandestine Graves and Evidence, Necrosearch
         International, Colorado, twenty-four hours, 1997

    7.   Crime Scene Preservation, two hours, Debbie Harris
         Child Abuse and Child Sexual Assault, two hours - Copley
         Child Stranger Abduction Homicide, four hours, Chris Boyer
         32nd Annual Search and Rescue Conference, SAR City, Barstow, 2004.

    Firearms and Toolmark Analysis

    1.   Firearms and Toolmarks Introduction I, T. Johnson, California Criminalistics
         Institute, forty hours, 1994

    2.   Association of Firearms and Toolmarks Examiners, 26th Annual Training
         Conference, including Remington 870 Armorers Course, San Diego, 1995

    3.   Glock Armorer‟s Course, Walnut Creek, eight hours, 1995

    4.   Firearms and Toolmarks Introduction II, California Criminalistics Institute, forty
         hours, 1995

    5.   Toolmark Criteria for Identification, California Criminalistics Institute, forty hours,
         1996

    6.   Beretta Armorer‟s Course, twenty-four hours, 1997


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    7     International Wound Ballistics Association, 2nd Conference, Manhatten Beach,
          CA, sixteen hours, 1997

    8.    CAT/NWAFS/SAT Combined Training Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, ATF
          Full Auto Conversion Seminar, PMC Ammunition, MAST Technologies tours,
          eight hours, 1997

    9.    Serial Number Restoration seminar, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms,
          twenty-four hours, 1998
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    10.   Association of Firearms and Toolmarks Examiners, 29 Annual Training
          Conference, Tampa Bay, 1998

    11.   Firearms Trajectory Reconstruction, Lucian Haag, California Criminalistics
          Institute, forty hours, 1998

    12.   AR 15 Armorer‟s School, Fred Haller Associates, November, eight hours,
          1998

    13.   Assault Weapons Seminar, California Department of Justice, Rieger,
          Ferranto, four hours, 2001

    14.   Assault Weapons Seminar, Southern California Firearms Study Group, San
          Bernardino District Attorney‟s Office, four hours, 2001

    15.   IBIS/NIBIN User Training, Forensic Technologies / Bureau of Alcohol,
          Tobacco, and Firearms, forty hours, 2001

    16.   Association of Firearms and Toolmarks Examiners, 32nd Annual Training
          Conference, Newport Beach, 2001

    17.   Basic Lock Analysis, Hans Mejlshede, eight hours, July 2001


Leadership, Management and Supervision

    1. Creative Leadership Workshop for Manages, Supervisors, and Team Leaders,
       David Pollard, Careertrack. eight hours, January 2006

    2. 34th Annual FBI Crime Laboratory Symposium – Organizational
       Communication, Georgia Tech School of Management, University of


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        Minnesota Carlson School of Management, thirty-two hours, May 2006.

     3. Proactive Leadership Strategies, Jack Enter, Orange County Sheriff –
        Advanced Officer Training Center, eight hours, June 2006.

     4. Team Building for Supervisors, Orange County Sheriff – Professional
        Standards Division, four hours, August 2006.

     5. Get Motivated, Peter Lowe, Zig Zigler, Rudolph Giuliani, Colin Powell, Joe
        Montana, The Pond, Anaheim, eight hours, September 2006.

     6. 35th Annual FBI Crime Laboratory Symposium, The Ohio State University,
        Thirty-two hours, May 2007.

Continuing Legal Education

     1. California DUI Lawyers Association, Irvine, CA,

     2. National College for DUI Defense, National Association of Criminal Defense
        Lawyers, DUI Seminar, Las Vegas, Nevada, October, 2007

     3. Rules of the Road, California DUI Lawyers Association / California Attorney‟s
        for Criminal Justice, October 2007.

     4. National College for DUI Defense, Winter Session, Waikiki Hawaii, January
        2008

     5. California DUI Lawyers Association, DMV Hearings, Peter Iocona, February,
        2008

     6. Legal Ethics, Elimination of Bias, and Substance Abuse. Orange County Bar
        Association, Irvine, CA, January 2009.


EMPLOYMENT

1.   2010 – Present: Independent Forensic Consultant. Santa Cruz, CA. Case
     Review and Consultation, Expert Witness Appearances, Training and
     Presentations.




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2.   2007 – 2010: Forensic Scientist / Attorney at Law, Law Office of Barry T.
     Simons, Laguna Beach, CA. Case Review, Discovery, Legal and Scientific
     Research, Calendar Appearances, DMV Hearings, Web Site Development and
     Video Production.

3.   Orange County Sheriff-Coroner, Forensic Science Services, Orange County,
     CA.

     12/2005 – 7/2007. Senior Forensic Scientist, Supervisor of the Forensic Alcohol
     Section,

     2003 – 2005. Forensic Scientist III. Forensic Alcohol Section, Intern Advisor.

     1995 - 2002. Forensic Scientist III, Firearms and Toolmarks / Crime Scene
     Investigation Sections. Firearms Examiner. Also responsible for the identification,
     collection, and preservation of evidence at the scene of crimes.

     1993 - 1995. Forensic Scientist III / Senior Criminalist, Firearms
     Examination/Controlled Substances/Crime Scene Investigation sections. Training
     in firearms examination as of December 1, 1994. Responsible for the
     identification of controlled substances. Also responsible for the identification,
     collection, and preservation of evidence at the scene of crimes; blood alcohol
     capillary column gas chromatography method development; breath alcohol training
     protocol, and student intern advisor.

     1991 - 1993. Senior Criminalist, Breath Alcohol section coordinator. Responsible
     for directing section activities including instrument repair and maintenance, record
     keeping, operator training, reagent preparation and analysis, court appearances,
     supplies and parts ordering, subordinate training, and alcohol related research.

     1989 - 1991. Criminalist. General laboratory assignments in antemortem
     toxicology, blood alcohol, and breath alcohol sections. Specific training in
     instrumental methods of drug analysis, blood alcohol analyses, and repair and
     maintenance of the Intoxilyzer 5000. Qualified in Municipal Court in drug
     identification, blood and breath alcohol analysis and interpretation, and in Superior
     Court in blood alcohol interpretation.

4.   1988 - 1989. California Department of Justice, Riverside Criminalistics
     Laboratory. Laboratory Technician. General laboratory support, Evidence
     Inventory Control, purchasing, limited training in serology and firearms.


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5.   1987 – 1988. California Department of Justice, Riverside Criminalistics
     Laboratory. Intern. Serology research under the direction of a Criminalist.


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

1.   California Association of Criminalists:
          Student affiliate: 1988 - 1989
          Provisional member: 1991-1993
          Member: 1993-2007
          Ad Hoc Committee on Electronic Communication, Chairperson, 1994 -1996
          So. California Forensic Computer Study Group, Chairperson, 1994 -1995
          Spring 2007 Semi-Annual Conference Committee
          Co-Chair – Alcohol Study Group
          Co-Chair – Leadership, Supervision and Management Study Group

2.   American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Associate member, 1992+;
         Task Force on Electronic Communication, Member, 1995-1996

3.   Association of Firearms & Toolmark Examiners, Provisional Member, 1997- 2002;
         2001 Conference Committee, Registration Chairperson

4    International Wound Ballistics Association, Member 1997-2002

5.   International Association for Chemical Testing, Member, 2003+
          Professional Certification/Accreditation Committee - Chairperson
          2006 Annual Conference Committee

6.   California Association of Toxicologists, Associate Member, 2004-2007
          Summer 2005 Meeting Committee

7.   National College for DUI Defense, 2007+

8.   National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, 2007+

9.   California DUI Lawyers Association, 2007+




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AWARDS

1.   Orange County Sheriff-Coroner Gold Star Award, 1994

2.   Best Scientific Paper Presented at the 84th Semi-annual Conference of the
     California Association of Criminalists


LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

1.   Forensic Alcohol Analyst, California State Department of Health, 1989-1993

2.   Forensic Alcohol Supervisor, California State Department of Health, 1993-2004

3.   Technician class amateur radio license, KD6LFF, Federal Communications
     Commission

4.   Diplomate, American Board of Criminalistics, 1995 - 2007

5.   Forensic Sobriety Assessment Certified. 2010.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

1.   "A County-Wide Breath Alcohol Testing Program Utilizing A Modified Intoxilyzer
     5000," 43rd Annual Conference of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences,
     Anaheim, California, 1990.

2.   "Possible Errors In Using Voided Urine For Prediction Of The Phase Of Alcohol
     Metabolism," 78th semi-annual seminar of the California Association of
     Criminalists, Ontario, California, 1991.

3.   "E-Mail and the CAC E-Mail Forum," 83rd semi-annual seminar of the California
     Association of Criminalists, Oakland, California, May 1994.

4.   "Putting the Ratio to Rest," 83rd semi-annual seminar of the California Association
     of Criminalists, Oakland, California, May 1994, Ronald Moore and Martin Breen.

5.   "A Comparison of Blood and Breath Alcohol Levels in Arrested Drivers," 83rd
     semi-annual seminar of the California Association of Criminalists, Oakland,
     California, May 1994, R. Moore and T. Dickan.



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6.   "Human Scent as Evidence," 84th semi-annual seminar of the California
     Association of Criminalists, a joint meeting of the Forensic Science Society,
     Pasadena, California, October 1994.

7.   The California Association of Criminalists E-Mail Forum, California Association of
     Toxicologists' quarterly meeting, November 1994.

8.   “Human Scent as Evidence,” California State Division of the International
     Association for Identification, 1997 Annual Conference.

9.   “Advances in Forensic Sciences”, Western State University College of Law,
     seminar, September 2000

10. “Proving Impairment in Drug (Alcohol) Vehicular Homicide” Martin H. Breen,
    R. Lynn Howard, Ronald L. Moore, California District Attorney‟s Association,
    Vehicular Homicide Seminar, San Francisco, May 2003.

11. An Update on the Orange County PEBT Program,” Robert Reckers and Ronald
    Moore, 17th Annual Meeting of the International Association for Chemical Testing,
    Little Rock, Arkansas, April 25-29, 2004.

12. “The Orange County Breath Alcohol Proficiency Testing Program,” Martin Breen,
    Robert Reckers, Ronald Moore, 17th Annual Meeting of the International
    Association for Chemical Testing, Little Rock, Arkansas, April 25-29, 2004.

13. “Changing From Stationary to Portable Evidential Breath Testing: a Report on
    Implementation,” Martin Breen, Robert Reckers, Ronald Moore, 17th International
    Conference on Alcohol, Drugs, and Traffic Safety, T04, Glasgow, UK, August 8-
    12, 2004.

14. “The Orange County Breath Alcohol Proficiency Testing Program,” Martin Breen,
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    Robert Reckers, Ronald Moore, 17 International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs,
    and Traffic Safety, T04, Glasgow, UK, August 8-12, 2004.

15. “The Double Danger of Drowsy Drunk Drivers,” Community Traffic Safety Forum,
    Calsafe Program and Center for Trauma and Injury Prevention Research,
    University of California, Irvine, UCI Medical Center, March 24, 2005.

16. “What Does „Under the Influence‟ Mean?” 18th Annual Meeting of the International
    Association for Chemical Testing, Madison Wisconsin, April 9-14, 2005.



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17. “Practical RFI Testing with the Intoximeters Alco-Sensor IV-XL Breath Alcohol
    Measuring Instrument,” 18th Annual Meeting of the International Association for
    Chemical Testing, Madison Wisconsin, April 9-14, 2005.

18. “Accreditation and Individual Certification in Chemical Testing,” 18 th Annual
    Meeting of the International Association for Chemical Testing, Madison Wisconsin,
    April 9-14, 2005.

19. “The Effect of Breath Freshener Strips on Two Types of Breath Testing
    Instruments,” Ronald Moore, and Jennifer Guillen, California Association of
    Toxicologists, Summer Meeting, June 3-4, 2005.

20. “What Does „Under the Influence‟ Mean?” California Association of Toxicologists,
    Summer Meeting, June 3-4, 2005.

21. “Cross Examination of the State‟s Expert,” California Association of DUI Lawyers,
    February 2008.

22. Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Masters of Scientific Evidence,
    Dallas Texas, Presented “Cross Examination of the State‟s Expert” March 2008

23. California DUI Lawyers Association, presented “Cross Examination of the State‟s
    Expert,” San Francisco, CA, April 2008

24. National College for DUI Defense, Summer Session, Harvard, Cambridge MA,
    Presented “Persuasive Cross Examination of the State‟s Expert” July, 2008.

25.   The Blood and Urine Seminar, Headlines Marketing, Atlanta Georgia. Invited
      Speaker, Presented “Science and Law.” “Blood Collection, Storage and Analysis”
      with Dr. Al Staubus, “Common Drugs of Abuse and Their Effects” With Drs. Al
      Stabus and Joe Citron, “Equipment Used in Forensic Testing” With Drs. Staubus,
      Citron, and Fran Jengo, “Death and Serious Injury Cases” with attorneys Pat
      Barone, Flem Whited, Lenny Stamm, and Dr. Citron, and “DRE Experts and DRE
      Validation” with Lenny Stamm, December 2008, Atlanta, Gerogia

26. Maryland DUI Lawyers Association, Invited Speaker, Presenting: “Blood Alcohol
    Analysis, From the Vein to the Lab” and “Medical Defenses to DUI.”, Baltimore
    Maryland, May 2009.

27. The Blood and Urine Seminar, Headlines Marketing, Atlanta Georgia, Invited
    Speaker, Presenting: “A Virtual Tour of the Crime Lab,” “Forensic Discovery in

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      DUI Cases” with attorney Troy McKinney, and “False Positives in Drug Screens”
      with Dr. Joe Citron and Dr. Al Staubus, San Diego, California, May 2009.

28.    Pennsylvania DRE Seminar for Defense Attorneys. Invited Speaker, Presenting:
      “Drugs of Abuse: Field Identification and Laboratory Analysis” Harrisburg,
      Pennsylvania, June 2009.

29. California State Bar Convention, Invited Speaker, Presenting: “Medical Defenses
    to DUI: Turn Your Client into a Patient and Win” with Barry T. Simons. San Diego,
    CA, September 2009.

30. National College for DUI Defense / National Association of Criminal Defense
    Lawyers, Invited Speaker, Presenting: “Medical Defenses for DUI” with Barry T.
    Simons, and “Inside the Blood Alcohol Lab” Las Vegas, NV, October 2009

31. Monterey County Public Defender‟s Office. In-service training. Invited Speaker,
    presenting “BA‟s for PD‟s,” Salinas, CA, December 2009

32. National Public Defender‟s Retreat, Invited Speaker, presenting “Cross
    Examination of the State Expert,” Las Vegas, NV, April 2010.

33. New York State Bar Association, DWI On Trial, Big Apple X, Invited Speaker,
    presenting “Inside the Blood Alcohol Lab,” New York, NY, May 2010.


PUBLICATIONS

1.    "Concerning Breath Alcohol Measurements During Absorption and Elimination,"
      Journal of Analytical Toxicology, Volume 15, November/December 1991, pp 346-
      347.

2.    "Training Methods in Forensic Alcohol Analysis," Martin Breen, Thomas Dickan,
      Ronald Moore, and Stacy Vallercamp. Proceedings of the 12th International
      Conference on Alcohol, Drugs, and Traffic Safety, Cologne, Germany, 1992.

3.    "Bringing Forensic Science into the 21st Century: Realizing the Potential of
      Computer Communication," CAC News (California Association of Criminalists),
      Spring, 1994.

4.    "Electronic Communication in Forensic Sciences," Journal of Forensic Sciences,
      39(5), September 1994, pp 144-146

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5    "Human Scent as Evidence" CAC News Fall, 1995

6    The Supreme Court Adopts a New Test and a Civil Negligence Standard Where a
     Statute lacks an Express Mental Element: The In Re Jorge M. case. 28 Western
     State University Law Review 201 (2001)

7    “The Effect of Breath Freshener Strips on Two Types of Breath Testing
     Instruments,” Ronald Moore, and Jennifer Guillen, Journal of Forensic Science, 49
     (4) July, 2004, pp 829-31.

8    “Changing From Stationary to Portable Evidential Breath Testing: a Report on
     Implementation,” Martin Breen, Robert Reckers, Ronald Moore, Proceedings of
     the 17th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs, and Traffic Safety, T04,
     Glasgow, UK, August 8-12, 2004. (pending)

9.   “The Orange County Breath Alcohol Proficiency Testing Program,” Martin Breen,
     Robert Reckers, Ronald Moore, 17th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs,
     and Traffic Safety, T04, Glasgow, UK, August 8-12, 2004. (pending)

10. “Accreditation and Individual Certification in Chemical Testing,” International
    Association for Chemical Testing Newsletter, Vol. 16. No. 1, March 2005, pp 15-
    18.

11. “Challenging an Alcohol Blood Test,” With Barry T. Simons, The Champion
    (Journal of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers) May 2009.


ABSTRACTS (Separately published)

1.   "A County-Wide Breath Alcohol Testing Program Utilizing a Modified Intoxilyzer
     5000," proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference of the American Academy of
     Forensic Sciences, Anaheim, California, 1990.

2.   "Concerning Breath Alcohol Measurements During Absorption And Elimination."
     California Selects: Forensic Chemistry, No. 9, 1992, p4, Abstract No.
     116:145932d.

3.   "Possible Errors In Using Voided Urine For Prediction Of The Phase Of Alcohol
     Metabolism." Journal of the Forensic Science Society, Vol. 32, No. 3, 1992, p279.



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4.   "Putting the Ratio to Rest," proceedings of the Seventh Conference of the
     International Association for Chemical Testing, Denver, Colorado, April 1994.


5.   "Putting the Ratio to Rest," proceedings of the 83rd semi-annual seminar of the
     California Association of Criminalists, May 1994, Ronald Moore and Martin Breen.

6.   "A Comparison of Blood and Breath Alcohol Levels in Arrested Drivers,"
     proceedings of the 83rd semi-annual seminar of the California Association of
     Criminalists, May 1994, R. Moore and T. Dickan.

7.   "E-Mail and the CAC E-Mail Forum," proceedings of the 83rd semi-annual seminar
     of the California Association of Criminalists, May 1994.

8.   "Human Scent as Evidence," proceedings of the 84th semi-annual seminar of the
     California Association of Criminalists, a joint meeting of the Forensic Science
     Society, Pasadena, California, October 1994.

TEACHING POSITIONS

1.   “Canines in Forensic Science” Chapman University, Guest Lecturer to Death & the
     Law. Jackie Berndt - Course Coordinator, 1995, 1996, 1997.

2.   Firearms & Death Investigation POST - Basic Coroners Academy, Orange County
     Sheriff‟s Department, Advanced Officer Training Division, 1997 – 2004

3.   Firearms and Homicide Investigation, POST Homicide Investigator‟s Course,
     Orange County Sheriff‟s Department, Advanced Officer Training Division, 2001,
     2002

4.   Forensic Alcohol Supervisor‟s Course. California Criminalistics Institute, Course #
     T-109, Rancho Cordova, CA May 2004




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