Fingerprint Evidence Is Hardly Infallible

Fingerprint evidence has long been considered an infallible form of proof. When three top experts blew the identification in the case of Oregon lawyer Brandon Mayfield, writes U. Virginia law Prof. Jennifer Mnookin in the Washington Post, our faith in fingerprints must be questioned. She notes that in January a Massachusetts conviction was overturned when
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