Bite marks are no longer considered a way to specifically identify someone, but it can be used to exclude or include a person of interest. As a juror on a homicide case, you have heard an odonotologist discuss the bite mark evidence located on the victim and how the suspect cannot be excluded as to whom the bite mark belongs. Review the bite mark photo (available in your online course).
Figure 4.1 Bite Mark
If your last name begins with A-L, argue your opinion as to how the bite mark would possibly exclude the suspect.