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es that resemble rolling hills, without defining the center. raight lines leading to a circular center. When a piece of evidence is unknown, it is referred to as: Question options: unusual evidence. unrelated evidence.
unknown evidence. questioned evidence.
5 / 5 points The acronym C.I.A. stands for crime, identification, and: Question options: Blood that is projected from wounds where bullets exit the body produce this type of spatter. Question options: This type of evidence is easily perishable or destroyed: Question options: dence. idence. evidence. evidence. Two separate investigative roles can take place. One is the principal investigator, and the other is the:
second investigator. lead investigator.
5 / 5 points This term refers to the propensity to be lost through evaporation. Question options: ess ess A loop is recognized by: Question options: d center or core formed by friction ridges of tightly wound loops. ound friction ridges, graduating from small to large. ges that resemble rolling hills, without defining the center. straight lines leading to a circular center. Of greatest value to investigators, unique impressions are called: Question options: ges. ges. idges. dges. A bullet involved in a crime scene is normally tested in a(n): Question options: outdoor shooting range. recovery tank. indoor shooting simulator.
water tank.
When investigators arrive at a crime scene, their first step should be to: Question options: irst responder. e the crime scene. evidence. r supervisor. Patterns of blood stains are known as: Question options: This type of evidence includes items such as bodily fluids and tissue. Question options: evidence evidence nce idence Maps, notes, and sketches are example of this type of evidence.
Testimonial evidence. Documentary evidence. Physical evidence.

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