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TermDefinition
Investgation A searching inquiry for ascertaining facts; detailed or careful examination.
Detective A member of the police force or a private investigator whose function is to obtain information and evidence , as of offenses against the law.
Suspicious Tending to cause suspicion; questionable .
Culprit A person or other agent guilty of or responsible for an offence or fault.
Clues Anything that serves to guide or direct in solution of a problem and a mystery.
Motive Something that causes a person to act in a certain way/do a certain thing.
Alibi Law the defense by an accused of having been elsewhere at the time an alleged offense was committed .
Evidence That which tends to prove or disprove something; ground for belief; proof.
Infer to derive by reasoning; conclude or judge from premises or evidence.
Integrate To bring together or incorporate (parts) into
investigate To examine, study, or inquire into systematically; search or examine into the particulars of; examine in detail.
Red Herring Something intended to divert attention from the real problem or matter at hand; a misleading clue.
Sleuth Bloodhound; dog for tracking
Created by: joanna-hernandez