Journal of criminal law and criminology volume 24 issue 4november december article 13 winter 1933 scientific evidence in criminal cases fred e inbau follow this and additional works athttps scholarlycommonslawnorthwesternedu jclc part of thecriminal law commonscriminology commons and thecriminology and criminal justice commons. The methods used to develop these types of evidence are generally beyond the scope of knowledge that judges and juries possess and are therefore normally introduced as scientific evidence when scientific and forensic evidence may be used although scientific evidence can strengthen a case it may be excluded from a courtroom or trial in some instances there are often many steps that must be taken before it can be put forth in a courtroom as factual evidence. Fred e inbau scientific evidence in criminal cases 25 am inst crim l criminology 500 1934 1935 police science 1930 scientific evidence in criminal cases iii finger prints and palm prints fred e inbaut finger prints the science of personal identification by means of finger prints is based upon the fact that no two individuals have . Scientific evidence often referred to as forensic evidence is widely used in the criminal justice system by prosecutors and defense attorneys alike whether in a case involving sexual assault robbery murder or other offenses scientific evidence is often used at trial although that doesnt mean it is always reliable
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