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Running head: FORENSIC STUDY ON TOOL IDENTIFICATION 1 Forensic Study on Tool Identification Students Name Institutional Affiliations
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FORENSIC STUDY ON TOOL IDENTIFICATION 2 Forensic Study on Tool Identification Characteristics evidence of tool mark impressions when two tools are used on a soft board Several characteristics depending on the type of tool used produced impressions including: ground and worn out surfaces, chip on a tool, and radius of the impression, distinctive markings, scrapes, and nicks. They are classified as class and individual characteristics. Impressions produced depend on the type of tool used. There are three types of impressions produced by different tools as described above. When different saws are used for example to cut bones, cut's Nature, overlapping marks, curved striations and depth of cut are characteristics of
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