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Speaker Verification in Crime Research (Part 1)

Written by DFM Team

Speaker Verification in Crime Research (Part 1) - Using Forensic Phonetics in Identifying Criminals  

If suspects are to be convicted of their crimes, a language analysis is often considered. The parties to the proceedings often expect more from the results of the analysis than they can offer in a subsequent interpretation of probabilities. Evidential proof is not always possible. The speaker of the crime neither reveals themselves nor are they cooperative. Certain minimum requirements for the nature of the investigation material are necessary. Results of analysis are subject to a certain margin of interpretation; their results are likelihoods. The uncertainty factor is considerable.

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