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The origin of evidence

@inproceedings{Inmana2002TheOO,
  title={The origin of evidence},
  author={K. Inmana and N. Rudinb},
  year={2002}
}
  • K. Inmana, N. Rudinb
  • Published 2002
  • Forensic science is an applied science based on the laws of physics and chemistry. Over time, a set of fundamental concepts has developed that apply specifically to a forensic analysis. Traditionally, five concepts have been articulated: transfer, identification, individualization, association between source and target, and reconstruction. We suggest that an additional sixth concept, the idea that matter must divide before it can be transferred, is necessary to complete the paradigm. Divisible… CONTINUE READING

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