Notably, no one has ever compiled a comprehensive list of cases where Deputy Pikett's testimony and his dogs' scent lineups were introduced as evidence, though at one point he claimed to have worked on more than 2,000 cases.
MORE: YNN-Houston reports that, unless the District Attorney refiles the case,Winfrey will be released on March 25.
See also prior, related Grits posts:
- Woman still incarcerated based on Keith Pikett dog-scent testimony
- 'As good as DNA'? Court of Criminal Appeals consider dog-scent lineups
- Woman still jailed on dog-scent evidence granted high court hearing
- Appellate court upholds exclusion of dog-scent lineup evidence
- Time to ban junk science from the courtroom
- Dog scent lineups discredited at Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
- Texas needs process to vet cases based on forensic hokum
- Deputy famous for dog-scent lineups to retire
- More detail on scent-lineup case headed to Texas CCA
- Texas Court of Criminal Appeals will hear arguments on dog scent evidence
- More litigation, disapprobation for dog-scent lineups
- 'Scent lineup' evidence may be used in Anthony Graves capital case
- CNN profiles cop wrongly accused by dog scent lineup
- A 'scent lineup'? Rover in the witness box
- DNA exoneration indicts Rover in the witness box
- 'Scent lineups stink to critics'
- 3 false convictions relied on dog-based scent lineups in Florida
- Scent lineups by dogs don't pass the smell test
- Texas Innocence Project vetting dog scent lineup cases
- Evidence mounts against dog handler, scent lineups
- Texas Innocence Project report discredits dog 'scent lineups'