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28 August, 13:01

4. How does the fingerprint analysis different on television versus reality? What role does the

examiner play in real life? What problems are there with this?

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  1. 28 August, 13:22
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    In fiction, detectives usually have a database of fingerprints where they easily find a criminal and reach out to him/her. In reality, a fingerprint can rarely lead to the criminal, as fingerprints are fragile and can lead to a family member instead. Often, they only confuse the investigation.

    Also, when they want to compare two fingerprints (the scene of the crime fingerprint and the suspect fingerprint), they cannot just insert the found fingerprint in the base. They have to find that person and then compare.
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