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Forensic science can be thought of as "the Science of Association." because forensic examination and, more broadly, forensic investigation has one primary aim - to establish whether or not there is any scientific evidence to link a person to a scene or crime. But forensic science is not only the Science of Association, it is also the application of science to questions of law, and can therefore be thought of as "Science for the Courtroom".
So now you know what forensic science "is", let's look at the range of subjects that can be considered areas of expertise, those many specific topics that fall collectively under the headline of "The Forensic Sciences", and indeed "arts", ranging from accident reconstruction to university courses. Go to .. Forensic A to Z
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