Discuss if there is a need for standardization of forensic science disciplines.

Option #1: Innocence Project Cases
In 1992, the Innocence Project was founded by Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck at Cardozo School of Law, exonerating the wrongly convicted through DNA testing and reforms in the criminal justice system to prevent injustice.
For example, Mecklenburg County District Attorney Andrew Murray filed legal papers on February 16th dismissing the indictments against Timothy Bridges, who wrongly served over 25 years for a rape and burglary, based in large part on the erroneous testimony of an FBI-trained state hair analyst who claimed that Bridges’ hair linked him to two hairs found at the scene. Bridges was released on October 1, 2015, after prosecutors consented to vacating Bridges’ 1991 convictions (Links to an external site.).
Please visit the website of the Innocent Project (Links to an external site.).
Research the cases and choose two cases that have been exonerated through flawed forensic evidence examination.
Provide an overview of the two cases.
Identify the physical evidence that led to the conviction.
Discuss the flaws in the physical evidence evaluation.
Provide suggestions on how to strengthen the examinations of forensic evidence.
Discuss if there is a need for standardization of forensic science disciplines.
Your paper must meet the following requirements:
Your written paper should be 3-4 pages in length not counting the title and reference pages, which you must include.
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