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Module 3 Lesson 2 Student Notes Document Forensic Science, NCVPS Complete the following prompts as you move through the notes presentation. You will submit these notes to your teacher in the course. Introduction: In your own words describe what this lesson is about. Learning how the evidence is used in court. Standards… What are the standards that you will cover in this module? Understand and apply the concept of crime scene reconstruction Use computer software to create a virtual 3d crime scene Explain the purpose physical evidence and its location play in reconstruction Key Terms… For each of the key terms, roll over the term to see the definition. Write the term that matches each definition below: reconstruction The method used to support a likely sequence of events by observing and evaluating physical evidence and statements made by those involved with the incident. Individual characteristics Properties of evidence that can be associated only with a group and never with a single source.
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