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Tuesday, 23 June 2009


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"Increasing numbers of people are now aware of what forensic science can do, mainly because of the popularity of television shows like CSI and Bones which show forensic experts solving cases that are baffling to the layman."

I read an article a while ago that the popularity of these types of shows was thought to be having a deleterious effect on convictions, as juries were waiting for the crucial piece of evidence and were frustrated (and inclined to acquit) when it didn't materialise...

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