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of, relating to, or used in public debate or argument

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used or applied in the investigation and establishment of facts or evidence in a court of law

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The first forensic science laboratories were developed by police forces, with the first laboratory being opened in 1910 in Lyon, France [1].
The Home Secretary said that the provincial government has taken all initial steps to set up a comprehensive forensic lab in Sindh to improve the capacity of helping in the criminal justice system.
She is a member of a number of professional organizations, including the American Society of Questioned Document Examiners (ASQDE), the American Academy of Forensic Science (AAFS) Questioned Document Section, and is a committee member of the Scientific Working Group for Forensic Document Examination (SWGDOC).
Janik has spent 30 years providing forensic accounting services, including accounting, financial, economic, construction, fraud and business dispute consulting, and expert witness experience.
The new policies include adopting a new code of professional responsibility that builds upon existing policies and accreditation requirements for departmental forensic examiners and laboratories.
The IGP directed that the forensic lab available with the police be activated and every steps be taken for the usage of all available equipment for the effective investigation of cases.
He said that the scope of forensic agency will be extended from divisional level to sub-division and thana level.
As many as 11 eminent forensic scientists from the United States the United Kingdom Canada Egypt and Australia were participating in the conference.
It has been said that forensic accountants operate in a world of mystery, intrigue, and excitement, while still utilizing core accounting skills.
TEESSIDE University is helping to set the standard for how forensic science degrees should be taught across the UK.
Is a Forensic Nurse a type of medical detective that you would see at a murder scene?
Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory (USACIL) and leading Department of Defense (DOD) forensic scientist, with the Exceptional Civilian Service Award--the highest award that can be bestowed upon civilian personnel by the Secretary of the Army.
In his inaugural address at a four-day conference of forensic investigators and security experts from SAARC nations at the Gujarat Forensic Science University here on Tuesday, Modi said that the database would help in tracking and identifying terrorists.
Secure1st, business security service and computer forensic solutions provider, has announced the availability of the RedHawk 100, a high-end solution for the busy, on the go Forensic Investigators.
Forensic nursing is an area of clinical expertise, addressing healthcare issues that have a medicolegal component (Hammer, Moynihan, & Pagliaro, 2006).
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