All of the evidence we discussed would be considered “circumstantial evidence” in a court proceeding.
If you were presented a case (as a jury member) where there was no direct evidence (DNA, fingerprints), but there was a number of pieces of criminalistic evidence (hairs, fibers, ballistic evidence, glass, and paint), would you be able to declare a suspect as being guilty of the crime? Explain why.
After completing the discussion make sure you reply to two of your peers.
Your original response is due at the end of this module (January 23rd 11:59 PM, and the replies are due the following week. Make sure to complete both parts to obtain the full points for this assignment).