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Inconclusive findings in criminal justice

Inconclusive findings are a result. They are relevant to the reconstruction of a crime, the evidence they were performed on and any legal proceedings that hinge upon the weight that a judge or jury attributed to the evidence. If a prosecutor does not intend on calling the forensic analyst as a witness in a case, is he obligated and should he reveal to the defense that test results were inconclusive?

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