[ UK /fəɹˈɛnsɪks/ ]
[ US /ˌfɔˈɹɛnsɪks, fɝˈɛnsɪks/ ]
  1. scientific tests or techniques used in the investigation of crimes
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How To Use forensics In A Sentence

  • Fulton was linked to the killing through police informants, not through forensics.
  • The artist's fingerprints, letter-pressed onto the pages of a book, create progressively complex patterns and sequences, transporting the fingerprint from the world of forensics and law into the freeing world of art and imagination. Boing Boing
  • We need to develop new skills in detective work, firearms, training, forensics and intelligence gathering.
  • Two sets of prints belonging to the two men are clearly visible at the scene, which has been examined by Garda forensics.
  • DNA forensics is starting to reveal just how fallible eyewitness reports can be.
  • He was apprehended after the forensics team called local gardai.
  • The Condom vs. AIDS War: DOH taken to task UN forensics experts have to identify ... media, his legal counsel said Friday, as the ruling junta continues its prison for printing what it called Kurdish rebel propaganda, a ruling likely to raise court on Wednesday sentenced a US citizen to three years in prison for fraud and forgery, his lawyer told AFP, despite calls by 50 US lawmakers for - Articles related to Bad Decade for the Media
  • The government's forensics lab had determined through DNA testing that the shipment was mislabeled as pure "osetra" caviar. Bad News Belugas: Roe v. High Grade: Call in the Sturgeon General!
  • This CD includes tools, presentations, and demos of the latest computer forensics software
  • Garda bosses knew forensics could be the key to unlocking the investigation.
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