Forensic Value of Hair
Bryson Doyle and Kayden Boston
Hair found at crime scences can serve as valuable evidence when determining who might have committed the crime. Through scientific testing hair can be matched to a suspect thus showing they might be guilty of said crime.
Hair value as evidence
When hair is found at a crime scene it can give witness to who committed the crime. If the victims hair is found it can also tell how they died.Hair evidence can be used as evidence but not comepletely liable to convict someone of a crime. Hair can be removed from natural causes and physical intention as well. Hair evidence isn't enough to convict someone becuase anyone's hair could be found at a crime scene because of possible natural causes. This fact makes hair evidence useful but not completely reliable.