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The Philosophy and necessities of Crime Scene ForensicsCrime Scene Forensics: Philosophy, perform, and educating The medical strategy, Bias, and Reasoning administration fundamentals: The Investigative Glue the elemental rules of proof looking out the Scene: common sense in motion Forensic Archiving: modern day Eye for the FutureThe ideas of Forensic images The Paper path: Case records, Worksheets, Notes, and Sketches Read more...

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103). This is an interesting statement because it considers the concept of evidence as something that has meaning but only in a legal context, which might not be entirely true. Gardner [29] defines evidence as: “. . anything that tends to prove or disprove a fact in contention” (pp. 7–8). This concept is similar to that of Lee et al. [27] who address the investigative question as compared with Gardner who addresses the legal question, although this is not entirely clear. Gardner [29] continues, saying that, whether evidence is collected or not, .

P. 4) So, what are the differences, if any, between forensic science and criminalistics? Bell [20] defines forensic science as In the broad sense, the application of the techniques of science to legal matters, both criminal and civil. (p. 142) Bell’s [20] definition is in conflict with the major American professional societies. The American Academy of Forensic Scientists (AAFS) is a group of professionals, physicians, lawyers, scientists, engineers, and so on working under the broad umbrella called the forensic sciences.

One could take this concept a step further by stating that evidence may well be profession-defining, that is, evidence defines the profession of forensic science. Put another way, without evidence, forensic science cannot exist. Similarly, without forensic science, evidence cannot be interpreted correctly by the trier of fact. ” they never offer an in-depth discussion except to consider that “the law defines evidence only by its relevance” (p. 103). This is an interesting statement because it considers the concept of evidence as something that has meaning but only in a legal context, which might not be entirely true.

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