|Number of Questions: 22|
|Created by: Jatin Goyal|
The use of scientific knowledge and methods to answer legal questions.
Using as many senses as you safely can to investigate your surroundings.
An explanation of an observation.
Stating an opinion about what will happen in the future.
Pattern left when an object is pressed into a surface - three dimensions are shown.
A set of laboratory techniques for the separation of mixtures
A written record of who had control of a piece of evidence from the time it was collected.
Object made by filling a mold with a liquid that takes the shape of the mold.
Tiny amounts of evidence that are transferred in a crime scene.
A mark left when an object is pressed against the surface of another object.
The forensic study of documents including ink, handwriting, paper, etc.
A mark left when a shoe is pressed against the surface of another object leaving a pattern.
An educated guess based on observations, prior experience, and research.
Raised strips of skin on the fingers that leave an impression on the surfaces they touch.
Someone who is trained to record, collect and test evidence from a crime scene.
Analysis of a document to determine if the writing has been altered.
A print that is flat and only has two dimensions.
Marks left from a tool that leaves a telltale impression.
Forensic scientists do this before evidence is removed using photos, videos, sketches, etc.
The mark left when a vehicle with locked wheels skids along a road surface.
Something that can be presented in court to make a point during a trial.
A graph that plots the pitch and loudness of sound over time.