1. Bloodstain pattern evidence, hair and fiber evidence, and bodily fluid evidence are often times valuable pieces of physical evidence because of the ability to analyze them for DNA.
How reliable is DNA evidence?
What circumstances can make the DNA unreliable?
2. In cases across the country, defense counsel has taken the position that DNA evidence is proven science when it exonerates their client and unreliable when it is used to convict their client.
Can it be both or is this just a tactic?
3. Complete an entry explaining why DNA evidence is trustworthy and reliable. Include the correct collection methods to justify the non contamination of the sample