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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

pertaining to, or applied in legal proceedings in courts of law.
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With this level of detail, one can easily determine that a collection was not only forensically sound but is fully defensible.
Neutrino is a comprehensive package that gives investigators a forensically sound tool to collect and preserve information from numerous types of mobile devices.
For the next several months, those events would dominate work at Weidlinger, as a large portion of their work force (all spared in the attack despite frequent meetings in the building), at the request of government agencies, took to the grim task of forensically engineering exactly what went wrong at the trade center and why the buildings fell.
In the plethora of slightly self-regarding Biennale awards, best entry went to 'Al Caribe' from Supersudaca that forensically examined the social and economic consequences of mass tourism on the Caribbean in general and the north coast of the impoverished Dominican Republic in particular.
GUNS handed in to West Midlands Police during the month-long national amnesty are to be forensically examined.
They are also, typically, haunted by the death of someone, or something, and Durant forensically follows every clue.
Work to forensically identify diamonds has grown out of research into diamond formation and other geological processes within Earth.
Evidence obtained decades ago can contain forensically valuable DNA material.
By forensically analyzing the paper Imanishi-Kari had used for counting radiation signals, the agents concluded fraud had occurred.
Officers recovered the blue Ford Focus, which will be forensically examined.
The stolen car was found on Tuesday off High Street, Pensnett, and is being forensically searched.