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Forensic scientists know too much about the cases they investigate

25 Jan 2012

Dr Itiel Dror a cognitive psychologist at University College, London, thinks this doctrine of forensic infallibility needs to be questioned.


Dr Dror goes on to state that he has gathered evidence that DNA evidence along with other evidence types and the results which they produce are at least in complex cases open to subjectivity bias.


Dr Dror states that scientists claims that fingerprint examiners’ claims of zero error rates were scientifically implausible.

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