Question 18 this research branch of forensic science

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Question 18This research branch of forensic science as applied through the U.S. Department of Justicefocuses on examining prints left by the human body.Question options:General toxicologyImpression evidenceControlled substances
Trace evidenceQuestion 19This type of test/analysis conducted by the crime lab is used togetherwith gas chromatography.
Question 20This is also known as electronic eavesdropping.
Question 21SANE stands for sexual assault nurse:
Question 22There are how many typologies of rape?Question options:6453
Question 23The stabbing victim's arms and hands may reveal this type of wound.
CoverDefenseGuardShieldQuestion 24This law requires states to register and disseminate information to the public about personsdeemed as sexual predators.
Question 25Criminal investigative analysis has been used by this organization to profile unidentified rapists.
Question 26This type of wound is created by a gun muzzle placed directly on the body at the time the bulletis discharged.Question options:ConnectionContactExchangeInteraction
Question 27This type of rapist commits rape to obtain power over the victim.
Question 28Most stabbings cause excessive bleeding resulting from either incision wounds or this type ofwound.

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