Attorney Nathan Dineen Graduates Forensic Chromatography Course

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( — May 28, 2013) Milwaukee, Wisconsin —The ACS Hands-on Forensic Chromatography Course is an in depth four day program that teaches professional individuals the basics of chromatography, the laboratory equipment utilized, how to approach forensic chromatography in court, and more.  The organization was founded by Dr. Lee N. Polite B.A., M.B.A, Ph.D, who has been teaching chromatography for over 27 years.

Chromatography is the technical term for a group of laboratory techniques that go about separating mixtures. When a mixture is separated it becomes more readily apparent what might have been present that was previously unknown, or in question.

Nathan Dineen can now count himself among the 164 graduates of the institute. After the graduation Mr. Dineen said, “I am very excited about all of the information that I learned during the program. Detailed knowledge of chromatography will go a long way in assisting me in many of my cases in the future.” 

Previously, Mr. Dineen has taken part in numerous extracurricular seminars including, evidentiary issues requiring expertise in anatomy, biology, chemistry, physiology, toxicology, and field sobriety testing. With the addition of forensic chromatography he is furthering his knowledge base. This then helps his clients get the best defense possible.

Nathan Dineen is a respected member of the law firm Vanden Heuvel & Dineen, S.C., with offices in Milwaukee, Germantown, West Bend, Appleton,  and Sister Bay, Wisconsin. His particular practice is focused on drunk driving defense and insuring that his clients, who have been charged with drunk driving or driving under the influence, have their rights preserved.  He is considered a top Milwuakee DUI attorney by M Magazine Milwaukee.

Nathan J. Dineen provides a free DUI Defense Case Consultation and Evaluation as well as giving clients 24/7 access to office appointments.


Nathan Dineen

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