APA format is required. References should be listed immediately after the question that is being answered. Each question lists a minimum number of unique scholarly references; the textbook is considered one unique….
why fingerprint evidence is crucial to investigation.
Thanks to Hollywood, firearms and the forensic information associate with them has been portrayed as the key piece of evidence in many “case.” Fingerprinting is oftentimes overshadowed. Your goal is to argue the importance of fingerprinting in our cases. Discuss three specific points why fingerprint evidence is crucial to our investigation.
If your last name begins with M-Z, address the following:
- How might you back your opinion of fingerprint evidence still having an impact in forensic science cases today?
- Support your thoughts with at least one crime case.
- When responding to your peers, respond to at least one peer who has been assigned the opposite opinion of yours.
The body of your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from this week’s required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references.
Bite marks are no longer considered a way to specifically identify someone, but it can be used to exclude or include a person of interest. As a juror on a homicide case, you have heard an odonotologist discuss the bite mark evidence located on the victim and how the suspect cannot be excluded as to whom the bite mark belongs. Review the bite mark photo (below).