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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A forensic analyst for the police examined fingernail clippings from Bullock for blood, not DNA, and said no further testing was possible, according to the lawsuit.
According to MoU, the Sindh government will designate the ICCBS as focal center for Forensic DNA and serology analysis and training in forensic serology and DNA analysis, and notify the staff trained from the ICCBS as a forensic analyst or expert.
According to MoU, the Sindh government will designate the ICCBS as a focal centre for Forensic DNA and serology analysis and training in forensic serology and DNA analysis and notify the staff trained from the ICCBS as a forensic analyst or expert.
The police officer who carried out the initial swab test, a nurse and a forensic analyst will be called to give evidence during Zaman's trial.
To-Do by 2050 by Tino (left), 14, Arizona: I'd like to be a coroner or forensic analyst living in Arizona or southern Manitoba, maybe with a spouse.
While hearing of the NAB references against Sharif family in the accountability court on Friday, Robert Radley expressed his wish to change statement and told that he is neither IT or computer expert, but a forensic analyst.
Police forensic analyst Alessandro Granziera said: "We found searches for a number of sites that explain how to how to extract pure ricin.
The forensic analyst should have a thorough knowledge of working of the virtual environment and the storage of details in different log files.
Eugene Police Department forensic analyst Lisa Pope has earned certification as a crime scene analyst from the International Association for Identification.
Police evidence referred to in the decision included witness statements by a digital forensic analyst who reported that the hidden camera contained 2071 images and four videos.
(57) The Court's rulings have created more of an incentive to designate a chief forensic analyst, experienced at testifying in court, to take the lead in lab work; to fully document that analyst's role, however, more information may need to be conveyed to the court and to the defense about what that analyst did.

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