Analysis Of The Bite-Mark By Douglas Prade

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DNA Overturned

Douglas Prade shot death of ex-wife in 1997. The evidence found on the defendant vehicle was blood on his lab coat; after 3 years examine the bite-mark by Margo Prade’s lab.
Both side always have agreed there was struggle inside a Dr. Prade minivan and that the killer bit her, leaving an impression the upper –left arm through her lab coat and blouse. That was crucial crime scene evidence on the morning of slaying (Mayer,2015). The defendant was sentenced to live in the prison.
2012, the expert who testified in those hearings agreed that Mr. Prade was excluded in the killing of his wife (Mayer, 2015). Due to sophisticated of technology in the DNA fingerprint, the experts found
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I believed that the players in the criminal justice system do have some of the problems need to be address before the system fell apart. There might be a lot of the assumption which I can make. Any system is made by the experts, the system by itself doesn’t have any issues, but the players who monitor, evaluate and implement the system are the ones to be blame for distorted of the criminal justice system fail. I believed that some of them are abusing the system, some of them are unprofessional and some are misusing their …show more content…
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