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1.What happened in the investigation of the Madrid bombings with the fingerprint evidence? the got the wrong guy.2.What assumptions have been made about fingerprints? What are the problems with these assumptions? the assumptions about fingerprints is 3.How are fingerprint matches determined?depends on the examiner.4.How does the fingerprint analysis different on television versus reality? What role does the examiner play in real life? What problems are there with this? On T.V. they use a computer. The examiner is the one 5.How is fingerprint evidence used differently since the Mayfield case? 6.What other forensic techniques have come under fire as not being as scientific as presumed? Forensic dental analyst.7.What technique is thought to be solidly scientific? Why? DNA analyst
8.Do defense teams have the ability to mount a defense against evidence? What affects their ability? No they don't because they aren't an so called 9.What makes someone an expert? What potential issues are there with this? A certificate, the issue with that is anyone can become an expert.10.Given the problems with forensic evidence, how should the criminal justicesystem respond? They should make sure that everyone that they say is an