Forensic science

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  • Forensic Science

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    do they provide? 5. What is spectrophotometry? How can this be useful in identifying drugs? Critical Thinking Questions 1. Why are forensic scientists an important part of drug cases? 2. If you were a forensic scientist and you were called to a crime scene to see if drugs were present, what would you do to determine this? 3. Why is it important for forensic scientists to have as much information as possible about the place where a possible drug substance was found? 4. What

  • Forensic Science : A Forensic Scientist

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    Introduction Topic: Forensic Science In general, a forensic scientist’s job provides an objective, scientific analysis to discover the truth and use that truth in legal proceedings. Forensic scientists take items of evidence collected from crime scenes and determine their relevance to the case by examining and analyzing the evidence. There are various types of forensic scientists that specialize in specific examinations and analysis of different types of evidence. Eventually forensic scientists will

  • Forensic Science Career

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    The career I am most interested in pursuing is Forensic Science because of its interesting requirements, higher education, and inspiring personal association. A Forensic Scientist’s responsibility is to study and analyze evidence in laboratories, and report their findings in court. These persons play a vital role in ensuring that justice is served. Forensic Scientists must study the smallest details, I.E if blood was splattered or sprayed at a crime scene, if a dog’s hair on a victim matches their

  • Forensic Science Technician

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    Life of a Forensic Science Technician The life of a forensic science technician is a special career for a special person. It requires certain skills and patience to be a forensic science technician. There are positives and negatives to being a forensic science technician. First of all, a forensic science technician does many task in one day. A forensic science technician's main job is to help criminal investigations by gathering and analyzing data. They analyze fingerprints, blood semen, and

  • The Examination Of Forensic Science

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    Science is frequently viewed as a way to examine the world and its contiguous atmosphere. Coming from the word scientia, which is Latin and means knowledge, science is a methodical readiness that creates and arranges information in the form of testable justifications and expectations about the world that we know. Many ideas fall directly into this category. Because of this, a lot of notions and concepts can be categorized as a science discipline. It is apparent that certain science disciplines

  • Criminal Forensic Science

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    Criminal Forensic Science Forensic science has become an invaluable asset throughout many facets of the criminal justice system. One of those areas that continues to draw interest among law enforcement and court officials, rests in the process of preserving and gathering evidence and the utilization of criminal investigating tools to analyze and reconstruct crimes. The technology and advancements in forensic science over the past decade has led to new breakthrough methods for identifying and understanding

  • Forensic Science Errors

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    Being that forensic science is a great interest of mine and that one day I want to be an expert in the subject, it is important to know the ins and outs of it. Forensic science solves cases and brings justice to several victims and their families’ every day. The workers on the scene and behind the scenes in the lab have a big role to play and must always be aware of their responsibilities and the consequences they will face if they don’t. What drew me to this article was that errors were being made

  • A Career In Forensic Science

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    Forensic Science is one of the most important aspects of Criminal Justice, which is why it is an excellent career to go into. It has great benefits, and the job growth has been rapidly going up. There are many opportunities that this job has like working with Law Enforcement and FBI agents by trying to solve crimes. There are many forensic scientists that you can make a career out of, but they all mostly require the same thing. Advances in scientific technology in examining crime scenes have turned

  • Forensic Science Essay

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    Forensic Science Forensic science is a scientific method of gathering and examining evidence. Crimes are solved with examinations such as gathering fingerprints, palm prints, footprints, tooth bite prints, blood, hair and fiber samples (assampolice, par. 1). Handwriting and typewriting samples are also studied, including all ink, paper, and the arrangement and appearance of printed matter. Studying of the firing, flight, and effects of ammunition techniques are used

  • Forensics Is Not A Perfect Science?

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    indisputable that the progression of forensics technology and knowledge has greatly improved the capability to catch criminals. Forensics of the past did not include the tools or knowledge that we now have. Forensics is not a perfect science nor has it ever been; however, we are closer to perfecting it than ever. Every criminal leaves behind some traces of evidence; it is up to the professionals to find and analyze it to solve cases. Looking at the timeline of forensic technology of the past to the present