from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The art or study of formal debate; argumentation.
- n. The use of science and technology to investigate and establish facts in criminal or civil courts of law.
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- n. the study of formal debate; rhetoric
- n. forensic science
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- n. scientific tests or techniques used in the investigation of crimes
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Lumbago: This aspect of forensics is rarely mentioned in polite company, but if a skull has a measurably smaller-than-average brain case, it it almost certainly someone of African descent.
This aspect of forensics is rarely mentioned in polite company, but if a skull has a measurably smaller-than-average brain case, it it almost certainly someone of African descent.
Karma will tell and forensics is pretty good these days, The shooter will likely eventually be nabbed, because LEO's don't like it when walking turds do crap like this, now their attention is focussed.
Â During the day, Dexter (played by Michael C. Hall) is a blood splatter expert working in forensics with the Miami police department.
During the day, Dexter (played by Michael C. Hall) is a blood splatter expert working in forensics with the Miami police department.
Given advances in forensics, psychology, and other aspects of the legal system, there seems to be less justification for someone to be tried by a “jury of their peers.”
In novels, the police rush to the scene, a battery ofhigh-tech forensics is used, a pathologist is called and examines the body in situ, and all hands are on deck in professional, efficient manner.
I don't know that you have to be grounded in forensics to enjoy crime dramas or the law to enjoy courtroom dramas.
I started reading it to prep for the extemporaneous category in forensics/speech competitions (30 minutes before you gave the speech you found the the topic … you give three speeches for the day).
But forensics is a systematic and scientific approach to what people often do intuitively. eric: The truth of a fact that is true in any and every case cannot be used differentiate between the cases.
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