Title
CJSP07final
By
tappe
Description
42 CRIMINAL JUSTICE ■ Spring 2007 Bite Mark Evidence Courts have admitted bite mark comparison evideenc in homicide, rape, and child abuse cases .In virtually all the cases, the evidence was first offered by the prosecution. A typical case involves the identification of a defendant by matching his dentition with a mark left on the victim. In several cases, however, a victim’s teeth have been compared with marks on a defendant’s body. A few cases have involved bite impressions on foodstuffs found...

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