Forensic Science & Ethics?

Answer According to the Northwest Association of Forensic Scientists, "it is the duty of any person practicing the profession of forensic science to serve the interests of justice to the best of their abi... Read More »

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Ethics for Forensic Accountants?

The government and corporations use forensic accounting for legal cases. The Institute of Certified Forensic Accountants maintains a code of ethics to guide the decisions and actions of the profess... Read More »

High School Science Fair Projects Involving Forensic Science?

In forensic science, high school students learn the elements of a criminal investigation and how the science is applied in court. Science projects about forensic science hold many possibilities. St... Read More »

When was forensic science first used?

The first documented use of forensic science was in 1248. A Chinese book "Xi Yuan Ji Lu" or "Collected Cases of Injustice Rectified," contained descriptions of how to distinguish a death due to dro... Read More »

What does forensic science mean?

Forensic science is the study of evidence that may pertain to criminal activity. It requires the collection of evidence from victims, vehicles and crime scenes. The collected evidence is then analy... Read More »