Now is the Time For you to know the Truth about Forensic Analysis and Toxicology Laboratories
Forensic analysis refers to a detailed investigation to ascertain and document the course, causes, perpetrators, and consequences of a security incident or violation of organization or state regulations. Forensic analysis is often linked with evidence to the court, particularly in criminal matters. Forensic Data Analysis (FDA) is a branch of digital forensics that examines structured data with concerning incidents of financial crime. Five common types of forensic analysis, are deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), computer, handwriting, bloodstain, and statement analysis. Currently, DNA forensic is experiencing heavy research and development with substantial new product introduction.
Forensic toxicology is used to perform scientific tests to identify any drugs or chemicals present in the body. A toxicology laboratory is a specialized laboratory environment in which drug tests (tox screens) are performed to evaluate the presence of illegal substances. In toxicology laboratories, any type of illicit substance can be tested, including both recreational and prescription drugs.
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Question- What is Forensic Glass Examination?
Answer- 👉Forensic examination of glass consists of the examination of two or more fragments to determine whether they have a common origin.
👉Identifying broken glass fragments having a common source to the exclusion of all other sources may only be done if they can be physically matched together.
Question- How will you analyse Glass fragments in lab?
👉Submitted samples from a crime scene must first be confirmed as glass.
✔Differentiating glass from plastic is done by examining hardness, solubility, and observation with a polarized light microscope.
✔Once confirmed as glass, the examiner will perform an analysis of
📌physical properties, such as; color, fluorescence, thickness, curvature, density,
📌optical properties, such as; Refractive Index
📌and chemical composition.
✔ no further comparison is needed if any difference between questioned and known samples is found during analysis.
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Question: What is the Purpose of Document Examination?
Answer: The examination of a document is conducted to determine:
✔ Origin—where did the document come from?
✔ Production source—what person or machine produced it?
✔ Production process—how was it made?
✔ Inscription—what has faded or been obliterated?
✔ Chastity—what changes, if any, have been made to it?
✔ Integrity—is it genuine or false?
✔ Legitimacy—is it an original or a reproduction, and if so, what generation?
👉 The reason for collecting this information is to shed light on events in the history of the document that have occurred prior to its arrival in court.
👉 This will enable the court to confirm assumptions that may otherwise be made.
👉 It will also allow the court to review the correspondence between the technical testimony of the document and the oral testimony of witnesses.
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