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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 10 15:29 Wisconsin State Crime Laboratory Consists of 3 labs Has worked his way through the rank and knows how the lab operates Went to Afghanistan to work for the national police-need a science to degree to work in a state lab-One lab in Madison, one in Milwaukee, and a regional one in Wausau-they dont care who committed the crime; what they do is based off of evidence-they represent the state and testify so the jury can make their decision they are not bias at all-Offer analysis in: Chemistry Controlled Substances Identification Forensic Toxicology Trade Evidence glass, fibers, paint DNA CODIS--> combined offender information data system They look at 13 loci on a DNA molecule when comparing semen or blood Criminalistics Fingerprint and footwear Identification Forensic Imaging Firearm/Toolmarks Bullets Casings Firearms Toolmarks Serial number restoration...
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