MCQs on Forensic Evidence

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#1. Assertion (A): The Investigation Officer collects physical evidence at the Scene of Crime. Reason (R): Because he is fully aware as to how to save the evidence form getting contaminated, lost or scratched.

#2. Collection of exhibits from the scenes of crime must be done by:

#3. Bite Marks Evidence is use to match the dental impression of suspects. How is bite marks evidence collected?

#4. Which Type of evidence should collect first at the crime scene:

#5. The order in which items of evidence have been handled during the investigation of a case is known as:

#6. Hair samples from crime scene is collected by:

#7. Trace Evidence is not much useful in following Crime:

#8. It is important to separate witnesses at a crime scene in order to:

#9. Which types of evidence can be collected in paper bags, envelops and packets.

#10. Which of the following would be considered as individual evidence?

#11. Control soil samples for forensic analysis is best collected in:

#12. “Whenever two objects come into contact with one another, an exchange of materials occurs between them”. This Principle is called:

#13. After collecting the blood stained soil from the scene, it should be sent for examination:

#14. When packaging the evidence, you should:

#15. The Following are the ways to maintain the chain of custody, Except:

#16. Dirt/Dust on shoes can be collected by:

#17. The best method for packing of paper which smell like gasoline is:

#18. The following is the most suitable casting material for preserving footwear impressions:-

#19. Which one of the following is the best method for packed bloody weapon:

#20. The following are important for packaging and shipping of evidence, except:

#21. The suitable control sample in case of blood stained soil is usually taken within the distance of _____ from spot.

#22. The most suitable method for preservation of surface foot print is:

#23. Charred Documents should be packed in:

#24. Sodium fluoride that is used as a preservative for blood samples inhibits the enzyme:

#25. Swabs collected for biological samples should packed:

#26. Vacuum sweepings, fingernails, scrapings, clothing, and, vehicles should be collected because they are possible carriers of:

#27. How should soil samples be preserved if they can't be subjected to forensic tests soon after collection?

#28. Uncontaminated surface material close to an area where physical evidence has been deposited is a:

#29. Which slang refers to the proper collection and presentation of evidence.

#30. Seminal Stains on clothing should be packed in:

#31. Corroborative use of physical evidence is use to:

#32. The main method to collect saliva stain is:

#33. The following is the most suitable casting material for preserving foot wear impressions:

#34. A kind of evidence that is sensitive to absolute temperature.

#35. Any items which may cross contaminate each other must be packed:

#36. For preservation of shoe print/tire marks on soft earth, the best way is:

#37. Dust and soil particles should be collected from pockets and folds of pants and shirts by:

#38. The Collection And Preservation Of Evidence Are Begin When:


#39. Dust/Dirt in fingernails can be collected by:

#40. Potential Contamination of Physical Evidence can occur in the following places but not at the:

#41. Dried seminal stains from clothing are preserved in:

#42. The best method for packing to collect handwriting evidence on paper is:

#43. How many Controlled hair sample should be collected from the head?

#44. The most reliable form of evidence is:

#45. The Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) seized for forensic tests analysis is suitably packed in:

#46. Dried Seminal Stains from Clothing are Preserved:

#47. Blood stained clothes collected from the scenes of crime should be sent for examination:

#48. Which of the following would be considered individual evidence?

#49. The examination of physical evidence by a forensic scientist is usually undertaken for:

#50. In Terms of evidence collection, what does Trace means:





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