Gemprint Goes ‘Hollywood’

If you watched "The Hubris" episode of NBC's Law and Order on Jan. 17, you may have noticed that the Gemprint diamond identification system was used to solve the crime. James Tuck, sales and marketing manager for Gemprint Corp., says the show's writers phoned—out of the blue—to ask about using Gemprint in their story. "You know, all of their stories are based on fact, with some literary license," says Tuck. "This particular case was actually solved through diamond identification. And when the writer looked up 'diamond identification' on the Internet, she came across Gemprint. She called us to find someone close by who was on our list of users, and we found Nancy Stacy of Jewels by Stacy Appraisals, in Walnut Creek, close to San Francisco. Then we didn't hear anything for quite some time, until finally we received a call from the show's prop master who said they needed a Gemprint an
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