1.What is forensic science? It is a science that is used in the court of law, it provides impartial scientific evidence.
2.What three tasks or responsibilities does a forensic scientist have? The primary role is to collect and analyze evidence from a crime scene. They have to analyze evidence, and give expert testimonys, but also train others.
3.What criteria might be used to establish someone as an expert witness? Someone who has special knowledge that can be used for the case, basically knowledge a ordinary person wouldn’t have.
4.What are two of the ways that a forensic pathologist might use to help determine the time of death? Two ways that a forensic pathologist might use to help determine the time of death of a body would be Body temperature, and body decomposition the methods of Rigor mortis and liver mortis to determine time of death.
5.What does a forensic anthropologist do? A forensic anthropologist Examines human skeletal remains for law enforcement. Determines the identity of the skeletal remains and bones. experts in analyzing human remains
1.Why do you think it is so important to use proper methods when collecting evidence from a crime scene? It is important to use proper methods when collecting evidence from a crime scene so you can get the correct information and analyze the evidence properly. The criminal may get away if you don’t use the proper methods and get the right information, because without the proper evidence even the best forensic scientist cant analyze it.
2.Why do you think forensic science has been increasingly used by the criminal justice system? I think forensic Science has been increasing in criminal justice because it makes it easier to understand and analyze evidence which makes it easier to catch a criminal. Your not just listening to two sides of the story, your getting the correct information.
3. Which of the forensic science responsibilities do you think would be the most challenging? Why?...
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