Forensic science is the application of sciences like physics, chemistry, biology etc. Forensic scientists cooperate as far as possible in legal proceedings and police proceedings using the methods, principles and rules of science, for example – the investigation of blood splatters, the way they spread, to understand what and how it may have happened, the use of drugs Testing for venom, etc., and also serves to determine the origin of trace evidence, the structure and source of evidence, and the identity of an unknown suspect.

Forensic science plays an important role in the criminal justice system by providing scientifically based information through the analysis of evidence.

During an investigation, evidence is collected at a crime scene, the evidence is analyzed in a forensic laboratory and then the results are presented in court.


Each crime scene is unique, and each case is different, making it difficult to investigate, organize and analyze the evidence for each crime.

Forensic scientists must have good eyesight and a sharp mind for investigation and analysis of evidence and crime scene.

‘You see, but you do not observe. The distinction is clear.’

Sherlock Holmes Quote (-A Scandal in Bohemia)

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