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Why forensic science is in crisis and how we can fix it

A forensic technician looks for bullet casings after a shootout in the Mexican state of Veracruz. Image: REUTERS/Yahir Ceballos

Ruth Morgan

Professor of Crime and Forensic Sciences, University College London (UCL)

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