In the aftermath of a near-decade of accusations, forensic science is still struggling to digest recommendations, synthesize and integrate new research, implement remediation measures, and generally course-correct in the dozens of manners expected by its critics and detractors. It has been eight years since the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) issued a report that confirmed what supporters and detractors of forensic science have been debating for years—the contributions and the conflicts that characterize the justice system must be deconstructed, sorted out, examined, and reassembled into an improved enterprise. With the report’s enumeration of its sins before it, the forensic science field can now set a course for addressing the allegations and emerging from this dialogue better equipped to serve the public and the U.S. justice system.