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Forensic Science

CH 1: Observations

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analytical skills the ability to identify a concept or problem, isolate its parts, organize the information, establish criteria for evaluation, and draw conclusions
deductive reasoning deriving the consequences from the facts using a series of logical steps
eyewitness a person who has seen someone or something and can communicate these facts
fact a statement or assertion of information that can be verified
forensic relating to the application of scientific knowledge to legal questions
logical conclusions drawn from assumptions and known facts
observation personal belief founded on judgment rather than on direct experience or knowledge
perception interpreting information received from the senses
The Innocence Project project whose purpose was to reexamine the cases of certain convicted individuals in prison and to use DNA evidence to prove guilt or innocence
Created by: Fox Science