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Gruesome Mysteries: Forensics Cracks the Case

Photo courtesy of fineartamerica.com For many of us, the area in which we live is filled with relative peace and tranquility. But, sometimes, a gruesome and brutal crime will occur in our community. And then suddenly, that harmony is turned … Continue reading

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Which Key Piece of Evidence Can Make or Break a Case?

I have received so many questions, comments and emails about fingerprint evidence and crime scene investigations, so I decided to keep with the theme from one of my previous posts about fingerprints.  There is so much more the fingerprint evidence … Continue reading

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Examining the Digits: Uncovering Tough Clues in Crime Investigations

There are forensic scientists discovering and applying new scientific techniques to help solve cases and uncovering clues in cold cases.  Since fingerprints are the most fragile pieces of evidence in a criminal investigation and are the most important to identify … Continue reading

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One of Time Magazine’s Best Inventions in 2008 – Enhanced Fingerprints

  There are so many really cool things that make Time Magazine’s top 50 inventions every year.  For example in 2010, there was the solar shingle, bladeless fan, wooden bones, and the world’s fastest (steam powered) car.  An amazing fingerprint enhancement … Continue reading

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