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Question: What are the limits to what can be interpreted from a photograph without an expert witness?

warren is asking a question about evidence: Follow this topic

by warren | November 22, 2016 18:30 | #13720

...and what factors play into this determination?


Folks in the Public Lab network are increasingly interested in using photographs of pollution as evidence in legal cases, as a cheap and easy way to record incidents; see #photo-monitoring.

This is a followup question from today's blog post on photographic evidence in court.


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