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TAMUFIVS 205Adrienne BrundageSpring

FIVS 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Glycogen, Hematoma, Infrahyoid Muscles

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Coroner: a court official medieval england whose duties included investigating sudden and unexpected deaths and deaths from injury; in the united state
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TAMUFIVS 205Adrienne BrundageSpring

FIVS 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Modus Operandi, Blood Residue, Forensic Science

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Uses for information from physical evidence in criminal investigation. Linking suspects to victims is the most important and common type of linkage mad
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TAMUFIVS 205Adrienne BrundageSpring

FIVS 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Serology, Frye Standard, Sole Markings

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18 Apr 2016
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Rules of evidence: generally, the rules used by a court to determine if scientific evidence will be admitted. The admissibility or inadmissibility of i
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TAMUFIVS 205Adrienne BrundageSpring

FIVS 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Deciduous Teeth, Long Bone, Putrefaction

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Forensic anthropology: profession that utilizes the knowledge and skills of anthropology, particularly physical/biological anthropology archaeology, to
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TAMUFIVS 205Adrienne BrundageSpring

FIVS 205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mathieu Orfila, Drug Enforcement Administration, Voir Dire

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18 Apr 2016
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Generalist: in forensic science, an analyst that is qualified to work in several disciplines. Specialist: a forensic scientist that works only in one a
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