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Ballistics: The Use and Study of Firearms
Ballistics: The Use and Study of Firearms
Ballistics is the area of Forensic Science that deals with firearms; how they are used, why they are used and why they are used frequently in the practice of murder....
Building a Criminal Case Using Forensic Evidence
Building a Criminal Case Using Forensic Evidence
Explore Forensics examines what kind of forensic evidence can be submitted for trial and how it will be used to prove the guilt of a suspect...
Criminal Profiling & Its Use in Crime Solving
Criminal Profiling & Its Use in Crime Solving
Criminal profiling works on the principle that each and every criminal - regardless of the level or severity of their crime - will work to a certain set of values.…...
Hair and Fibres in Forensics
Hair and Fibres in Forensics
How and why forensic evidence is collected from hairs and fibres at crime scene and from the victim in the pathologist's lab....
How Forensic Evidence is Presented to a Jury
How Forensic Evidence is Presented to a Jury
This article looks at the ways in which evidence of a forensic nature is presented to a jury...
Latent Prints
Latent Prints
Latent Prints are one of three categories of fingerprints that can be found at the scene of a crime. About Fingerprints Fingerprints are split into three…...
Serology: Bodily Fluids
Serology: Bodily Fluids
Serology is the study and examination of bodily fluids that is used in forensic science as a means of segregating fluids excreted by assailants or attackers in varying…...
Taking DNA Samples
Taking DNA Samples
DNA is a valuable and important means for making the identification of a suspect possible in criminal investigations. These DNA samples are normally obtained through…...
Toxicology
Toxicology
Toxicology is the area of forensic medicine that deals with the categorisation and determination of drugs within the human body and also how they are a contributing…...
What is DNA?
What is DNA?
DNA - or Deoxyribonucleic Acid - is the building blocks of the human race and can be found within almost every cell of the human body. There are 46 chromosomes…...
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