Posts tagged "forensic science"

Justice Dept. moves to shore up testimony about forensic evidence

The Department of Justice announced recently that it has created an internal "forensic science working group" that will attempt to address some of the longstanding issues around forensic evidence techniques and how they are presented in court. Its main goals will be to create a uniform set of standards about what analysts can say in courtroom testimony about forensic science techniques, and to set up a monitoring program to ensure they comply.

Fingerprint Evidence in Criminal Cases

Fingerprint Evidence in Criminal Cases:  Fingerprint evidence, although not as high-profile as other high-tech crime-solving methods like DNA, is still very much used in criminal investigations and cases.  While the expert may say that "no two people can have the same fingerprints" cannot be validated, fingerprint evidence is generally considered to be highly reliable and is particularly accessible to juries.  

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