Examine Forensic Testimony

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Write a paper indentifying current issues that are impacting the presentation of evidence procured by law enforcement and analyzed by forensic scientists within a criminal trial setting. In addition, include your responses to the following: Address the concern associated with a prosecutor’s misuse of forensic science. Explain why defense counsel may not accurately evaluate forensic results. Discuss the inconsistencies and ambiguities in judicial rulings regarding forensic science. Explain why there is a need for a national framework for reform of forensic science. Support your paper with at least five (5) scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including older articles, may be included. Length: 5-7 pages not including title and reference pages

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Examine Forensic TestimonyNameClassDateProfessorExamine Forensic Testimony Forensic evidence has become more and more important in the court case for proving the guilt or innocence of a criminal defendant. Due to new technology the world of forensics is becoming more and more advanced providing law enforcement with all types of new investigatory tools and ways for the court to prove or disprove guilt. It is essential for law enforcement agencies to have trained forensic personnel with the skills to properly collect the evidence first to ensure the evidence does not become lost, destroyed, or damaged and the forensic evidence is accepted in a court of law. Improper collection of evidence is only one of many potential challenges associated with forensic evidence but it is an important challenge that must be addressed. Forensic evidence is collected at the crime scene. If the evidence is not properly documented and collected it can be found to be unreliable in the court process. In order for forensic evidence to be accepted in a court of law it must be documented through sketches, photographs, and video tapings and it must be collected using accepted standard forensic collection methods. If evidence is not properly documented or collected the chain of evidence is broken and the court will exclude the evidence from the court case. The chain of evidence refers to an important aspect of forensic involving the movement of evidence. In order

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