Forensic scientists use tools like microscopes, hair readers, and chemical readers to evaluate evidence from a crime.
Forensic scientists analyze evidence at a crime scene. A forensic pathologist is different; they are the ones that examine the corpses.
C. G. G. Aitken has written: 'Statistics and the evaluation of evidence for forensic scientists' -- subject(s): Evidence, Expert, Expert Evidence, Forensic sciences, Forensic statistics, Statistical methods
Examples of types of evidence include, but do not limit to: scientfic (forensic), direct evidence, circumstantial evidence, computer evidence, physical evidence, trace evidence, etc.
It could be evidence.
they use tools to a piece of evidence so it can help them
Forensic is "any evidence submittable in a court of law", not just scientific evidence but is now used as a general term for scientific evidence for a crime. The term "lets get forensics in" that is commonly used on T.V actually suggests planting evidence! To be P.C. they should say "lets get the Forensic Scientists in"
entomologists, forensic scientists, forensic psychologists
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The word "forensic" means "pertaining to the law"; forensic science resolves legal issues by applying scientific principles to them. Forensic scientists perform comprehensive chemical and physical analyses on evidence submitted by law enforcement agencies. Their work is often instrumental in apprehending and convicting criminals.
Blood slatters so they can tell how far it slpattered from and fingerprints and DNA of the person
Forensics only get involved when they provide evidence. Sometimes investigators cant find out evidence by themselves so they ask highly professional forensic scientists to look for evidence and provide it to the court. btw not good info
Forensics is the study of trace material, often at crime scenes, which are used in courts of law as evidence. Laws also regulate how forensic material is to be gathered and stored, and presented as evidence. Forensic evidence, in turn, is used to provide proof whether a law was broken, and by whom.
Particles matter to forensic scientists because particles can leave behind evidence of the criminal. Particles, only regarded as dust for example and not fibres etc hold great significance and can identify if a body has been moved etc, along with evidence such as livor mortis etc
FORENSIC SCIENTISTS ARE PAID ACCORDING TO THEIR LEVELS. FOR EXAMPLE THE LOWEST IS $20,000 & $25,000 WHICH IS CLASSIFIED AS FORENSIC EXPERT.
forensic scientists can come as murder scene f.s. and many more
forensic scientists wear goggles so nothing becomes contaminated.
i was just woundering who can submit evidence after a forensic investigation ?
Donald E. Shelton has written: 'Forensic science in court' -- subject(s): Expert Evidence, Criminal Evidence, Forensic sciences 'Forensic science evidence' -- subject(s): Expert Evidence, Criminal Evidence, Forensic sciences
they are scientists
forensic scientists work for the government and other departments such as F.B.I and the C.I.A beniboy 2k9
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Forensic science is any branch of science used to analyze crime scene evidence for a court of law. All science uses math concepts and equations, and forensic scientists are well educated in mathematical concepts they use to analyze evidence from crime scenes.such as Measurements, Proportions, Trigonometry
Forensic science involves identifying the boundaries of a crime scene and understanding how to search the crime scene for evidence, like fingerprints. In my opinion, the best online school for forensic science would be American InterContinental University Online.
CSIRO might employ forensic scientists. They work with the Police, but not for the Police, so dont get confused with that.