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Fingerprints alone insufficient evidence for conviction (access required)

Latent, partial prints on a stolen television found on the side of the road were insufficient, on their own, to exclude the reasonable hypothesis that the prints were impressed at a time other than when the crime was committed, the high court held. At 7:22 p.m on December 4, 2014, police responded to a call from ...