•John Doe walks into the bank to deposit his weekly paycheck. While there, one of his hairs falls off the

•John Doe walks into the bank to deposit his weekly paycheck. While there, one of his hairs falls off the back of his shirt and onto the floor. After depositing the money, he leaves and returns to work. About fifteen minutes later, the bank is robbed at gunpoint by a masked man who is about the same height and build as John Doe. The bank manager is asked to provide a listing of all customers who visited the bank in the past week. The plan to carry out the investigation included searching the crime scene for evidence. Upon doing so, one of the
investigators finds the hair belonging to John Doe and tags it as evidence. If you were called in to act as an expert witness on this case,
explain at least 3 reasons why the investigation was faulty and the hair evidence alone can’t be used to pinpoint John Doe in the robbery.
Include how the investigation could have been carried out to ensure that the evidence would be used to convict the perpetrator. Also,
explain to the jury why hair evidence is generally considered class evidence.

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