The problem of not receiving mail through USPS can be due to several different reasons. First thing that needs to be realized is if this is a temporary issue at your current address that started over the past few days or if you recently moved to a new address and haven't received mail in several days since after your move.
Due to the new rules governing the admissibility of scientific and other technical disciplines that require expert witness testimony, the fingerprint examiner must be able to articulate on the witness stand how fingerprint evidence satisfies the Daubert factors. Presented herein are some of the recent court cases regarding the admissibility of Fingerprint Evidence.
There have been hundreds of court rulings accepting fingerprint, palm print and sole print evidence. The courts of the world have recognized and accepted the basic tenets of fingerprint identification, uniqueness and permanence, for nearly 100 years. Fingerprints enjoy such a positive reputation in the Courts of the United States that they have taken "judicial notice" of the fact that everyone's fingerprints are different and are sufficient to stand alone for identification.
Fingerprint Evidence, Court Acceptance of Fingerprint Evidence, and Recent Court Challenges to Fingerprint Evidence
Forensic specialists and fingerprint examiners collect and analyze physical evidence, specifically fingerprint evidence. A basic understanding of how physical evidence, such as fingerprints, is defined and the rules that apply to evidence is necessary to effectively present this evidence in court. So, let’s first review the basic concepts of evidence and the rules that must be followed to ensure that the fingerprint evidence is admissible in court.
As an old adage says time flies over us, but leaves its shadows behind. There is no way to actually save time, put it away in your pocket and use it later just when you need it. However, there are ways to avoid wasting it. Here is a handy list of ten easy ways to put the time you have to better use