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  • evidence
  • If a person was of interest there would be tons of other forensic evidence they could reference. (gunloads.com)
  • The use of biological evidence in DNA and genetic analysis varies, with areas of study including blood typing, gender determination based on chromosome analysis (karyotyping), DNA profiling and, more recently, forensic DNA phenotyping. (buscones.in)
  • Ballistics and court Ballistic evidence is accpeted in court most of the time because it can show if a gun fired the bullet that killed somebody or if the bullet was fired out of the supposed ' weapon that killed the man. (prezi.com)
  • The exhausted cop (who can't sleep because the sun never sets), tries to cover-up the accidental shooting of his partner by switching ballistics evidence. (blogspot.fr)
  • program out the evidence has Unfortunately to put forensic about the helpful weight and reimbursement across each of these data. (paintingpirates.com)
  • crime
  • Our forensic skills are regularly called on in cases relating to signature forgery where there is suspected crime, often involving wills and cheque books and where large sums of money may have been criminally obtained through signature forgery, often by someone known to the victim. (buscones.in)
  • techniques
  • Although our signatures are not completely uniform, using microscopes and other forensic and analytical techniques allows us to clearly distinguish between variations that we would expect to see in genuine signatures from differences that would identify a forgery. (buscones.in)
  • Paper
  • The Use of Computer Ballistics Programs to Solve a Long Distance Shooting Case" delivered as a paper at the 1995 AFTE Conference in San Diego. (e-gunlab.com)
  • enter
  • They enter forensic-related campAugust to select esoteric affairs on route elements like summer and dog in potentialuse to behave pages. (paintingpirates.com)