Loss Of Innocence In Forensics

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It is quite normal for someone for someone to get in trouble at least once in their life, but was it their fault? That is a great question to ask oneself, the answer to that question sadly varies depending on the person. It is quite the norm for someone to experience a situation where they are falsely accused of doing something they had no a part of. It is painful to be suspected of something that one did not do. In fact, in many cases it may even ruin one’s life. However, in the game where it is the suspect 's word against the witness, it is hard to prove one’s own innocence. The chance of you winning any sort of favor from the neutral party is little, as everyone wants to place a blame on someone, so why not put it on the person everyone suspects.…show more content…
But in the shoes of the convicted, this matter means years of their life gone, these convictions on their permanent record and the constant judgement that follows. This is where the world of forensics is supposed to help out, an infallible titan in the world of uncertainty, but does it really? In fact, in my eyes forensics in most cases forensics makes most cases worse, ranging from unreliable testimonies, evidence that is incorrectly used to convict a person, and more. Of course people do believe this is fake because they sit down and turn on their t.v’s or open a book and dwell in the world of imagination where forensic is perfect. In a great world it would be, but there are various faults to it and there needs to be change in the way people gather and present evidence. Though many people may say it would be simpler to just change the jury system, it is
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