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Achieving Justice at Trial: Crime Scene Analysis and Expert Testimony

This presentation provided an overview of forensic and physical evidence, which is first identified at the crime scene and then analyzed in the context of behavioral and testimonial evidence. It focused on how prosecutors can present all admissible evidence in a compelling manner at trial to recreate the crime for judges and juries. The presenters also underscored the benefits of collaboration between detectives, prosecutors, and crime scene analysts.

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