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Hardin Featured on KSTP

Glenn G. Hardin, professor of practice in Hamline’s Forensic Science Department, was recently interviewed by KSTP-TV about what toxicology tests in the death of iconic musician Prince would likely reveal.

"What is lethal to one person may not be lethal to another, so it can be quite complicated," Hardin said the report, which can be viewed in its entirety below or on KSTP-TV’s website.    

Prior to joining the faculty at Hamline, Hardin worked for nearly twenty years in the toxicology section of the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension’s Forensic Science Laboratory, including ten years as the toxicology supervisor.