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ch6 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. If someone is applying science to legal matters, they are practicing; A. Forensic Accounting. B. Forensic Science. C. Forensic Law. D. Forensic Engineering. 2. Which of the following does a Criminalist do? A. Find evidence at a crime scene. B. Preserve evidence at a crime scene. C. Collect evidence at a crime scene. D. All of the above. 3. Why must criminalists and forensic accountants work together at some crime scenes? A. FASB has published a statement regarding their working together. B. Sometimes a criminal may arson a building to cover up a financial crime. C. Insurance companies require a financial audit if arson is expected. D. Only criminalists are allowed into a crime scene and must gather evidence for the .forensic accountant. 4. Where do forensic scientists typically work? A. At crime scenes. B. In a corporate office. C. From their homes. D. In a crime lab. 5. What are the four divisions a crime lab it typically divided into? A. Serology, unknown substances, trace evidence, ballistics and fingerprints. B. Financial, arson, murder, rape. C. Corporate, organized crime, white collar and blue collar. D. Federal, State, County, Local. 6. Paper documents, surface impressions on paper documents, and other types of surface impressions such as shoeprints and tire-tread impressions are known as: A. Potential evidence. B. Forensic data. C. Questioned documents. D. Criminalist functional areas. 7. Which of the following do forensic scientists typically rely upon to solve crimes? A. Physical evidence. B. Witnesses. C. Confessions. D. All of the above. 1
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8. What is the Locard Exchange Principle? A. It takes at least two people to commit a crime. B. Every contact leaves a trace. C. Forensic scientists must share data to solve a crime. D. Some evidence will be lost when transferring it from the scene to the lab. 9. To establish forensic identification, the points of comparison for the suspect must A. Possess the same physical characteristics. B. Be confirmed by a second independent forensic scientist. C. Uniquely correspond with those of the person who committed the crime. D. Contain DNA samples of the person who committed the crime. 10. DNA comparisons are generally considered: A. 100% reliable. B. Not as reliable as fingerprints. C. Only as reliable as the crime lab that processes them. D. Reliable, but still subject to error. 11. Handwriting is considers to be what type of evidence? A. Physical. B. Substantive. C. Relative. D. Documentary. 12. How many types of evidence are there? A. 2. B. 4. C. 6. D. 8. 13. What is an example of demonstrative evidence? A. Handwriting. B. Audio/video recordings.
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