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Honors Forensics: NCVPS Case Study Analysis Title of Case: Darlie Routier Case Description/Summary of Events of Crime: Darlie Routier killed her two children with a knife and then attacked herself in attempt to cover her crime up, she left bloody footprints in the house which led to no exit, therefore lead to the conclusion that the perpetrator never broke in, but was inside the whole time. Type of Evidence Found/Used in Investigation: Bloody sock, bloody footprints Outcome of Case: Guilty, scentenced to death by lethal injection Analysis Questions: 1. What sub-disciplines of forensics might apply to this case, if any? Crime scene investigator due to the find of evidence away from the
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  • Spring '18
  • miller hendrix
  • Forensic Science, Questioned document examination, Joseph Bell, Darlie Routier

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