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    Forensic Science Identification Evidence.Sarah Lucy Cooper - 2016 - Journal of Philosophy, Science and Law 16:1-35.
    For decades, courtrooms around the world have admitted evidence from forensic science analysts, such as fingerprint, tool-mark and bite-mark examiners, in order to solve crimes. Scientific progress, however, has led to significant criticism of the ability of such disciplines to engage in individualization i.e., “match” suspects exclusively to evidence. Despite this, American courts largely reject legal challenges based on arguments that identification evidence provided by these forensic science disciplines is unreliable. In so holding, these courts affirm precedent that it is (...)
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    Different Mistakes in the Law and the Difference They Make.Clifton Perry - 2016 - Journal of Philosophy, Science and Law 16:1-12.
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