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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The open source nature of the platform has not only established a new direction for the industry, but enables a developer or forensic analyst to understand the device at the most fundamental level.
Rhiannon Daniel, a Eugene police forensic analyst, testified during Taylor's trial that a car seen on the video entering, exiting and then re-entering the parking lot while Gutierrez was inside the bar matches the description of a Dodge Intrepid that investigators seized in the case.
A forensic analyst examined the computer and found no images or videos of the girl or her home, police said.
A whodunnit murder mystery experience will be offered in the college's state-of-the-art chemistry, biology and physics labs, so that people can play the roles of detective, forensic analyst and scientist all in one go.
7, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) is pleased to announce a new forensics certification, the GIAC Network Forensic Analyst (GNFA).
A forensic analyst examined the computer and wrote in a separate report that he found no images or videos of the girl or her home.
She went home, got some sleep and then came into work early and immediately arranged for it to be couriered to a forensic analyst (who is a person lawfully entitled to receive it).
As these devices continue to grow in popularity, digital forensic investigators and analysts must start paying more attention to them," said Sarah Edwards, SANS Course Author and Digital Forensic Analyst.
The effort to build cases against people in unincorporated parts of the county who distribute video pornography files of children being sexually assaulted was hampered in July, when the sheriff's office lost its only computer forensic analyst as part of department-wide budget cuts that also diminished rural patrol coverage and available jail space.
The Detective Chief Inspector admitted that he had no evidence whatsoever to suggest that Dawn Alford was going to do anything other than deal with the drug legally and fully intended to provide it to a forensic analyst who is a responsible person within the meaning of the 1971 Act.
Podcast #48 features forensic analyst Michael Panish, a consultant and expert witness on complex construction issues, with over 30 years of experience in the construction industry.