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Explain the differences between the three types of evidence and provide a typical example of each.

Find examples of evidence that were controversial (e.g., DNA testing). State what the evidence was, what type of evidence it would be considered, and whether or not the evidence was admitted.

Do you feel it should have been admitted? Why or why not? Support your answer with evidence.

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Explains the differences between the three types of evidence and provides a typical example of each. Controversial examples of evidence (e.g., DNA testing) are also examined, including if the evidence was admitted, and if it should have been admitted. Evidence supported.

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