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A forensic scientist matches a suspect's fingerprint on a drinking glass found in a robbery victim's apartment. What type of analysis was done?
a) The scientist made an identification. b) The scientist made a comparison. c) The scientist supplied direct evidence. d) The scientist made an association through individualized evidence.
A forensic scientist reports that the blood type from a fight scene and that of a suspect are both blood type A. What type of analysis was done?
a) The scientist made a blood type identification. b) The scientist made a class evidence match. c) The scientist made an association through individualized evidence. d) The scientist supplied direct evidence.
A forensic scientist reports that a dead woman had high concentrations of a pain-fighting drug in her blood. What type of analysis was done?
a) The scientist made an identification. b) The scientist made a comparison. c) The scientist supplied direct evidence. d) The scientist made an association through individualized evidence.
Which is an example of how trace evidence can be used to solve a crime?
a) A blood pool near the victim yields DNA that matches that of the suspect. b) A forensic scientist concludes that tiny hairs found on a murder victim were not those of a suspect, c) The rifle used in a crime was bought by the suspect; the rifle seller identified the suspect. d) A large clump of hair next to the victim is matched to a suspect.
Which is an example of how gross evidence can be used to solve a crime?
a) The coagulation of blood near a victim indicates that death occurred two hours prior to discovery, w b) A latent fingerprint on a murder weapon did not match that of the suspect. c) Clearly visible fingerprints on a knife are matched to a suspect. d) A forensic scientist concludes that tiny hairs found on a murder victim were not those of a suspect,
Which is an example of how latent evidence can be used to solve a crime?
a) Clearly visible fingerprints on a knife are matched to a suspect. b) The coagulation of blood near a victim indicates that death occurred two hours prior to discovery, w c) A hidden fingerprint on a murder weapon did not match that of the suspect. d) A forensic scientist concludes that tiny hairs found on a murder victim were not those of a suspect,
During which stage of postmortem decomposition do the eyes first become cloudy?
a) initial decay b) dry decay c) putrefaction d) black putrefaction
During which stage of postmortem decomposition does the body become bloated with gas?
a) initial decay b) putrefaction c) black putrefaction d) dry decay
During which stage of postmortem decomposition does the body dry out and give off an odor that smells like cheese?
a) putrefaction b) black putrefaction c) butyric fermentation d) dry decay
Which postmortem parameter is fixed by 8 hours?
a) livor mortis b) cloudiness of the eyes c) rigor mortis d) putrefaction
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