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Unformatted text preview: 9. Who is a Forensic Scientist? a. Anthropologist b. Entomologist c. Botanist d. all of the above 10. The greatest contribution of a private lab is a. collecting new evidence at the scene b. retesting of evidence c. getting criminals out of jail ll. The first US. police forensic science lab was established in a. Austin, Texas b. Los Angeles, California 0. New York, New York d. Washington DC. 12. Due to new technologies, many labs are a. re-examining old cases b. running more tests on new cases 0. overworked and understaffed d. all of the above (a iabsdienii 5+ isms to scum, 13. A drawback of the Laboratory Crime Scene Scientist Investigation Model is tha a. laboratory scientists are too expensive b. laboratory scientists are too busy to go to scenes c. laboratory scientists have little field investigation experience 14. The training of a Criminalist often requires a. prior specialization in an area of forensic science b. only a Bachelor’s degree with a strong emphasis on chemistry courses 0. a PhD 15. The duties of a Forensic Laboratory and the Criminalists in the Laboratory are to a. Provide investigative leads by examining evidence b. Assure that the results of the analysis are scientifically valid c. a & b 16. Scientific Validity is provided by a forensic lab through a guarantee called a. Certificate of Guarantee b. Quality Assurance c. Word of Mouth (1. Quality Guarantee ...
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