Category Archives: Forensic Evidences

Seminal fluid Analysis in forensics

Seminal fluid is a complex mixture of secretions from at least four male urogenital glands.  The seminal vesicle gland contributes approximately 60% to this mixture, the prostate gland contributes approximately 30%, and the combined contribution of the epididymis and bulbourethral glands account for the remaining 10%.

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Heroin

What is Heroin?

•Heroin is an opioid drug made from morphine, a natural substance taken from the seed pod of the various opium poppy  (Papaver Somniferum) plant.

Medicinal Use of Heroin

•Heroin is usually used as an illegal drug of abuse.

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CCTV Footage Importance as an Evidence

Full Form of CCTV: Closed-circuit TeleVision

Other Name: It is also known as Video Surveillance

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Glass Fracture Patterns

Question: what is importance of Broken Glass at Crime Scene?

Answer: Broken glass at crime scenes can play an important role in crime scene reconstruction, and it can be a very useful evidence. Glass fracture patterns are most often found at the following crime scene:

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