forensic forensic  /fə ˈrɛn sɪk/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) of, relating to, or used in public debate or argument
  2. (adj) used or applied in the investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in a court of law

Usage(s):

  1. Sure, forensic science makes great TV, but Texas residents oppose a plan for a.
  2. Chatters, a forensic anthropologist, had been called in by the coroner of Benton County, Wash.
  3. In January 1987, John Wilson, a forensic scientist with the Kansas City police crime lab, filed a complaint about her with the Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists.

News

  1. Forensic work could lead to girl's ID, killer

    Forensic work on remains found in a St. Louis area cemetery is aimed at trying to identify a little girl murdered two decades ago, and possibly her killer.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Jefferson City News Tribune

  2. Forensic Psychiatrist Who Interviewed Michael Pilato Testifies

    In court Tuesday morning, jurors continued to watch a video of Pilato being interviewed by a forensic psychiatrist.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: YNN Rochester

  3. Forensic work could lead to killer of girl found decapitated 30 years ago

    (KMOV) – Forensic work on remains found a Berkeley cemetery is aimed at identifying a little girl murdered three decades ago. Volunteer crews using burial records found the child’s remains Monday in the overgrown Washington Park Cemetery, near Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. Finding her grave was difficult because she was not where the records showed. According to officials, the ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: KMOV St. Louis

Quotes

  1. "One should not give a statement that's 100% final. That's the flaw that we suffer from," Musharraf said, noting that more evidence was emerging on the attack. "We needed more experience, maybe more forensic and technical experience that our...
    on Jan 3, 2008 By: Pervez Musharraf Source: USA Today

  2. "We do not yet have confirmation of who they are. Forensic examinations are under way to establish their identities and the causes of death," Miliband said. "Our immediate thoughts are clearly with the families of the five Britons taken...
    on Jun 20, 2009 By: David Miliband Source: Reuters

  3. In a letter to White House Counsel Fred Fielding, Leahy and Specter asked that the White House appoint "a fair and objective process for investigating this matter, including the use of a mutually trusted computer forensic expert."
    on Apr 12, 2007 By: Arlen Specter Source: FOXNews

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