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The Most Consistent Finding in Forensic Science Is Inconsistency

While we cannot deny DNA's significant value as evidence in criminal justice systems and in identifying human remains, we also have to consider factors that may impact its accuracy...

What is it about? The critical challenges stemming from unreliability, irreproducibility, lack of repeatability, and non-replicability. Valuable Insights? It sheds light on the cognitive factors contributing to these inconsistencies, paving the way for understanding the underlying issues and devising strategies to mitigate these discrepancies. Objective? Highlight these problems to help minimise them and enhance the reliability of forensic science evidence.


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