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  • Forensic Investigation Of The Scene
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    Megan Malone CRJ U 235 TR 12: 30-1: 45 12-09-99 Forensic Science and Investigations The word forensic basically means the key to solve a crime. Science is the technology used to help forensic teams to analyze and solve crimes. What can look obvious to the naked eye could actually be a whole other story. Hair samples can determine many things about a person or animal when collected from forensics. There are many job opportunities with a good salary and many openings within the job. This paper wil...
  • Use Of Modern Forensic Analysis
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    So, the main aspect of the WTC bombing investigation was the forensic chemical analysis of the explosive, or rather, of its fragments. There have been found no evidence of the terrorist intent to use chemical weapon, though there still exists a possibility that the investigation can be repeated. According to the latest reports, many inaccuracies were found in FBI lab examiner's testimonies. One of the principal findings of investigators was that, concerning the World Trade Center bombing in term...
  • Use Of Botanical Identification In Forensic Work
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    Forensics is defined as the application of science to interpret clues for crime investigation. The earliest forensic scientists were physicians who were called upon to give an opinion as to the cause of death in individuals. Now most of the forensic scientists are investigators that pick up clues at the crim scene. Because criminals often are not the brightest people on the planet they often do not plan out a burglary or theft and carelessly leave behind district clues that allow an investigator...
  • Ethical Code 1 Every Forensic Psychologist
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    An Article To Describe the Ethical Issues Involved in Using Forensic Psychology In A Court Room To firstly understand and then evaluate the importance of ethical practice in the role of forensic psychologists we must first understand what it means to be a forensic psychologist. This involves the burden put on them and the power of persuasion they weald in a courtroom when it comes to persuading jurors for or against a case. So firstly we must ask the question what is forensic psychology? It's di...
  • Body And The Insects Inside The Body
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    A Chicago native, Kathleen J. Reichs is an award winning international bestseller, winner of the 1997 Ellis award for best first novel. Her novel D'eja Dead was only the first in a series of books. She went on to write four more novels: Death du Jour, Deadly Decisions, Fatal voyage and Grave Secrets. Kathy Reichs is a internationally recognized forensic anthropologist working on cases around the world, from examining the tomb of the unknown soldier, and working at ground zero, New York, to being...
  • Pieces Of Forensic Evidence
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    FORENSIC SCIENTIST: A Unique But Challenging Profession Forensic Scientist assist in the investigation of crimes by examining physical evidence, and applying the results of these scientific examinations to the courts of law. The results of examinations can determine what happened at the scene of a crime and who was there. This can help investigators with their work. The evidence can then appear later in court. Forensic science can be used to identify and incriminate suspects, by studying fingerp...

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