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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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For these reasons, statutory powers are urgently needed so that the Regulator can ensure that all providers of forensic science deliver work to quality standards that are fit for the criminal justice system.
The Laboratory of the Government Chemist (LGC) and the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) were government laboratories that became agencies and entered the forensic science market offering specialist services.
Peter Neufeld was a member of the National Commission on Forensic Science.
Department of Labor's Occupational Outlook Handbook, the median annual earnings for forensic science technicians was $52,840 in May 2012, with the top 10 percent earning more than $85,210.
e study seeks to remedy these shortcomings by providing a detailed understanding of how both routine and cutting-edge forensic science practice contributes to the police investigation of homicide in England and Wales.
More recently the University has been involved in helping to set the standard for how forensic science degrees should be taught across the UK.
Forensic science needs to develop a series of quality thresholds for evidence; construct objective analysis steps; and design validation studies for each process as well as reliability studies that reflect repeatability, sensitivity, and specificity.
Manama, November 20th (BNA) - The General Directorate of Crime Detection and Forensic Science has arrested a terror cell that placed fake bombs in several crowded areas throughout Bahrain.
It contains 17 chapters by forensic science, law, and other specialists from the US who discuss the history of ethics, provide brief synopses of major theorists, and address topics like the religious perspective of applied ethics in forensics; general ethical dilemmas; codes of ethics in forensic science societies and other organizations (education, business, religion, medicine, etc.
Nizam Peerwani talks with The Texas Tribune about his new role as chairman of the Texas Forensic Science Commission.
The title of the program is "Not as Seen on TV: Real Life Forensic Science.
ANKARA, May 20, 2011 (TUR) -- The annual meeting of the Drugs Working Group (DWG), an entity of the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes (ENFSI), will take place in Turkish capital province of Ankara.

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