forensic science

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forensic science

[fə′ren·sik ′sī·əns]
(forensic science)
The recognition, collection, identification, individualization, and interpretation of physical evidence, and the application of science and medicine for criminal and civil law, or regulatory purposes.
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Deputy public relations officer of Botswana Police Services, Senior Superintendent Near Bagali, told BOPA in an interview that the skull had been taken to the laboratories for forensic analysis.
The 9mm shell casing found at the scene has been sent for forensic analysis.
Officers have been following up a number of potential lines of enquiries and carrying out forensic analysis from the scene.
The van - believed to have been used in the raid - has also been recovered and sent for forensic analysis.
The accused persons were misguiding the investigation through false statements, he said, and informed the court that their mobiles phones had been sent for forensic analysis.
The police initially blamed contaminated liquor for the deaths, seizing the remaining bottles recovered from the house and dispatched these to the lab for forensic analysis.
The DCI further said they are carrying out a forensic analysis of the phones found with the suspects.
How does the forensic analysis of Egyptian coffins help identify an unknown cause of death?
I am haunted about what a forensic analysis would tell us regarding the December deaths of young children held in the custody of U.S.
The weapon, alongside a quantity of live ammunition, has been taken for forensic analysis.
The ACE has now sought the forensic analysis of cheques by experts in Lahore, the official said.
Law enforcement agencies have also recovered a knife from the crime scene and sent it to a laboratory for forensic analysis. They have also collected DNA samples of people considered to be close to the deceased for testing.

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