​Lesson 5 Discussion fingerprint evidence is one of the oldest and most widely accepted identifiers linking suspects to crimes

Oct 4th, 2017
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Lesson 5 Discussion


Group Discussion: Fingerprint evidence is one of the oldest and most widely accepted identifiers linking suspects to crimes. Why are criminals still being convicted from fingerprint evidence?

  • Your response should be approximately 200 words in length.
  • Read and respond in approximately 50 – 100 words to at least 2 of your peers in the discussion area.
  • You will be judged based upon the depth of your understanding and the strength of your position.
  • This discussion question is not graded but will count towards participation points.

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Running head: FINGER PRINTS

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Fingers Prints
Student’s Name
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FINGER PRINTS

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Why are criminals still being convicted from fingerprint evidence?

Finger print evidence lies on two principle which are:

A person's friction ridge patterns and the twisted skin on their fingertips don't change over their
lifetimes.

Every person has an unusual p...

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