Attorney to discuss the protection of high security facilities at URI Forensic Science seminar March 13

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KINGSTON, R.I.- March 10, 2009 – The protection of high security facilities will be the topic of the University of Rhode Island’s Forensic Science Seminar Friday, March 13.

Attorney Marc Weber Tobias of the Investigative Law Offices in Sioux Falls, S.D. will present a seminar titled “High Security Facilities: Why Locks and Access Controls May Not Protect Them.” The seminar will run from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in Room 124 of Pastore Hall, located at 51 Lower College Road, Kingston.

Weber Tobias is the principal attorney for Investigative Law Offices, a technology law firm that focuses on the investigation of technical fraud and related issues. Weber Tobias has written five police textbooks and has been granted two United States patents, in addition to 20 foreign patents, regarding the bypass of locks. Weber Tobias is a member of the South Dakota and Nebraska Bar Associations. He has spoken throughout the world on the issue of covert entry and surveillance.