Josh Jones – ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis Examined & Explained

The ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis is a subjective forensic examination process that is used in many criminal trials and proceedings throughout the United States Criminal Justice System. ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis has been claimed to be infallible and maintain a zero-error result. In some situations this is the key or only corroborating piece of evidence connecting a defendant to the charged criminal offense.

Therefore, it becomes necessary to discuss the process and limitations of ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis. The reason fot this is because the ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis may be the most inaccurate process that we have seen, or at the very least have a much higher degree of error than claimed and believed. The ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis is a subjective, non-standardized, and non-tested examination process within the forensic examiner’s community allowed into evidence.

Because of the advancements in technology and biological understanding, DNA profiling and examination is superior to ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis, and thus we should no longer even want to consider or use the ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis for proving an individuals culpability. Furthermore, as times ticks on DNA matching has proven the innaccuracy of ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis in numerous cases throughout the United States.

Josh Jones has scribed a scholarly legal article available to the public in order for individual’s to obtain insight on the ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis issue and how it affects individual’s within the criminal justice system. It is his purpose to make individual’s aware that the system is not perfect, but that flaws do not impact individual’s requiring protection. ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis is not infallible, will likely be entered into evidence, but if the public is made aware of the true fallicies within ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis it is possible to have such evidence’s weight limited during the finding of guilt.

For more information on ACE-V Fingerprint Examination Analysis please read “The ACE-V Method: Reliable or Accurate?” This was written by Josh Jones, Michigan Criminal & Marijuana Lawyer. Contact him 7-days a week at 734-355-0424 or 810-691-7308.

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Josh Jones handles criminal and marijuana matters within Genesee County, Metro-Detroit (Wayne County, Macomb County, and Oakland County), Washtenaw County, Livingston County, and Lapeer County.

About Josh Jones

Josh Jones is an experienced and professional Michigan Criminal Defense attorney presenting Metro Detroit, Genesee County, Livingston County, Lapeer County, and others throughout the State of Michigan. He is available 7-days a week and handles all felonies, misdemeanors, probation violations, traffic tickets, and drivers license restoration. Josh is only a phone call away and is here to help when you are involved with the criminal justice system.