Untitled_document - 1 Why do you think forensic scientists are so careful that the tests they do are sensitive reproducible and specific What might

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1. Why do you think forensic scientists are so careful that the tests they do are sensitive, reproducible, and specific? What might happen if they were less careful about this? I think that they are so careful because if their tests are not perfect it can screw up the analyzing process. If the analyzing process goes wrong they could end up either not solving the case or convicting the wrong person 2. Which type of evidence do you think is most useful in an investigation? Why? Physical is the best because it is always accurate 3. Why do you think forensic scientists continue to look for class characteristics given their limitations? It can help narrow down all the possibilities. 4. What do you think would be some of the challenges in collecting and preserving impressions? Why? 5. If you were on a jury, do you think you would expect individual characteristics in the evidence? Why or why not? What effects might it have if individuals expect to have individuals characteristics presented?

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