forensic documentation

forensic documentation

Emergency medicine The creation of permanent records of an event or state, that are of sufficient credibility to serve as evidence should it be so needed in court. See Chain of custody.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Islamic tradition calls for the cleansing and burial of bodies as soon as possible after death, but because of the slow process of identification and forensic documentation, no bodies have been released to the families yet.
FBI Crime Scene Forensic Documentation Guidelines should be routinely applied to every crime scene regardless of size or complexity.
of California San Diego) and Mohammed, a forensic document examiner, explore the neuroscientific principles of normal and pathological hand motor control and handwriting for forensic documentation examination and legal professionals and researchers and discuss relevant theory and practice with examples from recent studies.
SPORT THE TRUTH OF RANGERS' STORY IS OUT BBC Scotland Investigates: Rangers - The Men Who Sold The Jerseys Wednesday, BBC1, 8pm Ex-Record man Mark Daly continues his forensic documentation of Craig Whyte's time at - and before coming to - the Ibrox club.
Others, too, sing the praises of the process that's also known as peer review and forensic documentation. "The best offense is a good defense," says Spencer Holmes of Holmes Homes, which now hires an outside inspector to go over every one of the 300 houses the firm builds in its Salt Lake City market area.

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