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forensic

 [fo-ren´zik]
pertaining to or applied in legal proceedings.

fo·ren·sic

(fō-ren'sik),
Pertaining or applicable to personal injury, murder, and other legal proceedings.
[L. forensis, of a forum]

forensic

/fo·ren·sic/ (fah-ren´zik) pertaining to or applied in legal proceedings.

forensic

[fôren′sik]
Etymology: L, forum, public place
1 pertaining to courts of law.
2 relating to or dealing with the application of scientific knowledge to legal problems.

forensic

adjective Referring to legal proceedings.

fo·ren·sic

(fŏr-en'sik)
Pertaining or applicable to personal injury, murder, and other legal proceedings.
[L. forensis, of a forum]

forensic

involving the application of scientific principles to solving crimes, connected to or used in courts of law.

Forensic

Referring to legal procedures or courts of law. Forensic medicine is the branch of medicine that obtains, analyzes, and presents medical evidence in criminal cases.

fo·ren·sic

(fŏr-en'sik)
Pertaining or applicable to personal injury, murder, and other legal proceedings.
[L. forensis, of a forum]

forensic

(fəren´sik),
adj pertaining to the law or to legal proceedings.
forensic anthropology,
n the use of anatomic structures and physical characteristics to identify a subject for legal purposes.
forensic dentistry,
n the use of dental characteristics for the purpose of identifying a subject for legal purposes. See also jurisprudence, dental.

forensic

pertaining to, or applied in legal proceedings in courts of law.
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When the FSS was providing forensic services to both the prosecution and defense in the same criminal cases, this work was kept separate and confidential by carrying it out in different laboratories [1].
Iqbal Choudhary said that a team of scientists at the largest research establishment of Pakistan (ICCBS) is ready to provide Sindh government a technical back up, support and guidance for the establishment of Sindh DNA and Chemical Forensic Science Laboratory in Sindh.
While Public Relations Chairperson, she developed and implemented the ABFDE's Legal Library available to diplomates on the ABFDE website, and was a major contributor to the Forensic Document Examination section of the website.
The department also announced policies to implement greater transparency and access to forensic laboratory quality assurance documents and a plan to explore a grant funding of multiyear post-doctoral fellowships at federal, state and local forensic science service providers and forensic medicine service providers.
He said that the Forensic Science Act and Forensic Science rules be examined and forwarded to Sindh Home Department for effective implementation.
The Minister said that Forensic Lab was completed in 2013 with the funding of Rs.
Terrey H Gilbert an eminent defence attorney from Ohio said that DNA analysis and other forensic evidences were being used to revisit closed cases in the United States in which biological crime scene specimens were maintained.
Several well-known cases have involved various aspects of forensic accounting.
He said: "The forensic and affiliated industries need good science graduates and the group worked hard to capture the unique and distinctive nature of forensic science and the way in which a degree in this field should prepare the student for employment.
Forensic nurses are among the most diverse groups of clinicians in the nursing profession with respect to patient population served, practice settings, and forensic and healthcare services provided.
The four-day conference has been organised by the Interpol headquarters, based in France, in association with the Gujarat Forensic Science University (FSU) which started functioning last year.
Nurses have been practicing forensic nursing informally for decades.

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