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Officials say junk science is more common than you think in criminal courts

It seems easy on television. A crime is committed, crime scene techs come in and prove who did or did not commit the crime based on a stray hair, or a tennis shoe print. For a time it seemed to be that concrete in the real world too. Bite marks, hair identification, footwear analysis all seem to offer irrefutable evidence when it has been used in court and presented by forensic specialists. The problem is, there often is little if any scientific validation of the veracity of these kinds-and other kinds-of evidence.

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