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  • n  scientific tests or techniques used in the investigation of crimes

  • At its best, then, forensics is an uncertain business, the onion-peeling exercise of investigating a crime using everything from shoe-leather detective work to the forensic .
  • Hair also makes a good forensics tool because it tends to stick around, decomposing at a much slower rate than other parts of the body.
  • Recently, Dutch forensics experts were able to extract vital information via hex dump from the remains of a phone, shattered and soaked in blood and water.
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  • Arlen Specter in Myrtle Beach Sun News
    Sens. Leahy and Arlen Specter, R-Pa., told the White House by letter Thursday that they want to hire an independent and "mutually trusted computer forensics expert. Such a process would help to restore public confidence in the White House's desire...
  • Pervez Musharraf in Times of India
    The practice is, and I'm sure it'll be followed in this case, is to do your forensics, to interview the witnesses, to try and identify not only who the victims were but also who the shooters were and the like, and then to take appropriate... Janet Napolitano Washington Post Feb 9, 2007 39016 50363 forensics Musharraf said the team would help to cover our deficiencies in the field of forensics."

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