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Analysing Evidence
Analysing Evidence: Hair and Fibres, Latent Prints, Toxicology, Serology: Bodily Fluids,...
Analysing the Body
Analysing the Body: Rigor Mortis and Lividity, Stomach Contents as a Means of Evidence,...
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Ask Our Experts: Are all Forensic Photographers SOCOs?, How Can a Bullet be Identified...
Case Book
Case Book: Forensic Cases: Colin Pitchfork, First Exoneration Through DNA,...
Collecting Evidence
Collecting Evidence: Recording and Preserving the Crime Scene,...
Future of Forensics
Future of Forensics: Forensics in the Water, X-ray Forensics for Guns,...
Pathology: Determining Cause of Death, Blood Types, Bodily Fluids in Forensic...
Types of Forensics
Types of Forensics: Forensic Pathology, Forensic Toxicology, Forensic Entomology,...
Understanding Evidence
Understanding Evidence: Chemical Pollution of a Crime Scene, Und...
Understanding Injuries
Understanding Injuries: Ligature Marks, Toxic Gases, Entrance and Exit...
Latest Comments
  • MrCurious
    Re: The Four Manners of Death
    Please google Natasha Coombs a 17 year old girl who died in England and a few weeks later her mother commites suicide on the same spot…
    10 February 2016
  • kuku
    Re: External Examination
    This case has opened my insight, so many strange happen to human beings but only scientifically can they proven right or wrong! how DNA…
    8 February 2016
  • Amy
    Re: Toxic Gases
    My 20 yr old nephew supposedly hung himself on 01/16. He had 10,000$ cash on him that everyone knew about. His ceiling fan was right above his bed,…
    7 February 2016
  • Amy
    Re: The Four Manners of Death
    My 20 year old nephew died by "suicide" on Jan 16 2016. I raised him since he was 3. I have been through hell with him. He broke up…
    7 February 2016
  • jimmy
    Re: Determining Cause of Death
    im sorry yall that loss a member too
    5 February 2016
  • adrian
    Re: Determining Cause of Death
    i know for a fact they have more evidance and ways to explain how it happened but prolly dont release it for many reasons... sorry…
    5 February 2016
  • Kimmba
    Re: Toxic Gases
    I found this interesting and I wanderer if there is a way to find out if there are gas or toxic fumes in your home?
    5 February 2016
  • Candy
    Re: Determining Cause of Death
    I believe my brother was killed by his second wife by poisoning. The hospital thought he had a heart attack but he had not been ill.…
    3 February 2016
  • Joe
    Re: Skeletal Remains
    @penneyn - yes, they would be able to tell in an autopsy.
    3 February 2016
  • penneyn
    Re: Skeletal Remains
    I am wondering if there is an means of identifying a transgender individual from skeetal remains, particularly those who have had reassignment…
    3 February 2016
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