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 Fingerprinting the Deceased?

Answer According to the "New Criminologist" online magazine, the identification of deceased persons using fingerprinting techniques is commonly completed by medical examiners and police officers, either a... Read More »
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If one co-executor is alive and one is deceased does power shift to the siblings of the deceased?

Ask your sister what makes them happy. If they are not speaking to you, try trial and error. Take them to places. Give them gifts. Do anything that you can and see their reaction to your gestures. ... Read More »
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72 yrs. old adopted found birthmother deceased was confirmed by maternal half sister who birth father is also deceased paternal half sister refuses to believe we're related best way to prove it?

Mother deceased father not on Birth Certificate no will child and deceased mother always lived w maternal grandma. Does grandma have legal cusody How does a private adoption take place?

will my sister Michelle have this afull situation fade into inocence flames will it be over and her freedom and justice be served.
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When was dna fingerprinting first used?

DNA fingerprinting was developed in England in 1985 by Sir Alec Jeffreys. DNA was first introduced as evidence that same year, but it wasn't until 1988 when Colin Pitchfork was on trial for the rap... Read More »
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