This case study likewise involves the contrast between well-presented and poorly presented evidence. In this scenario, the expert is being asked to explain the likelihood of DNA being accidentally transferred onto a train platform. The expert has previously given evidence about the way in which DNA can be transferred (through bodily fluids or tissues).
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Expert Evidence Series - Case Studies
10 case study scenarios demonstrating common mistakes and providing an opportunity to determine best ways to present.
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