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Forensic science serves various purposes in short form:

  1. Criminal Investigations:
    • Aid in solving crimes by collecting, analyzing, and interpreting physical evidence.
  2. Crime Scene Analysis:
    • Investigate and document crime scenes to reconstruct events and gather evidence.
  3. DNA Profiling:
    • Utilize DNA analysis to identify individuals and establish genetic profiles for forensic identification.
  4. Fingerprint Analysis:
    • Analyze fingerprints to identify individuals and link them to crime scenes.
  5. Toxicology:
    • Examine bodily fluids and tissues to detect toxins, drugs, and poisons in cases of poisoning or overdose.
  6. Digital Forensics:
    • Investigate digital devices and data to uncover electronic evidence in cybercrime cases.
  7. Forensic Anthropology:
    • Analyze skeletal remains to determine identity, cause of death, and other information in forensic cases.
  8. Ballistics and Firearms Analysis:
    • Examine firearms, ammunition, and gunshot residue to link weapons to crimes.
  9. Forensic Pathology:
    • Conduct post-mortem examinations to determine the cause and manner of death.
  10. Forensic Odontology:
    • Use dental evidence for identification and analysis in forensic investigations.
  11. Criminal Profiling:
    • Develop profiles of potential suspects based on behavioral and forensic evidence.
  12. Expert Testimony:
    • Provide expert testimony in court based on forensic findings to support legal proceedings.

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