Regina v Kempster – Times Law Reports

Posted May 16th, 2008 in evidence, forensic science, law reports by sally

Regina v Kempster

Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)

“Evidence of those experienced in comparing ear-prints was capable of being relevant and admissible but such comparison would provide information which could identify the person who had left it on a surface only when sufficient minutiae could be identified and matched.”

The Times, 16th May 2008


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