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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Forensic toxicology

What is Forensic Toxicology?

Forensic Toxicology – What it is and How it Works What is forensic toxicology? It is the study of the toxic effects that chemicals can have on the body as well as understanding how different toxins within substances act, when it can occur and the various symptoms and treatments for…

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A Day in the Life of a Forensic Toxicologist

The Daily Routine of a Forensic Toxicologist Have you ever wondered what a forensic toxicologist is and asked yourself, “I wonder what a day in the life of a forensic toxicologist would be like?” Basically, it’s like watching the lab technicians on CSI but you need to be aware that…

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The Importance of an Expert Witness

How An Expert Witnesses Can Help You In a court of law, with any case that needs to be or must be tried, the judge and jury can be swayed by the testimony of an expert witness. Expert witnesses are priceless in terms of the testimony they provide as other…

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Forensic Toxicologist Thoughts On New Protocols For Drug Testing

Forensic toxicologists all over the country are tasked with testing evidence collected from all of the crime scenes that law enforcement personnel investigate. This testing includes drug evidence from every crime scene imaginable, from homicides to simple traffic citations for drug possession charges. Defendants, attorneys, prosecutors, and law enforcement rely…

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Court Room Struggles Of An Expert Witness

Expert witnesses attend trials to provide specialist information to help a judge and jury make an informed judgement. Obviously, with this comes some difficulties that expert witnesses may face when presenting complex information to a court of law. Before understanding some of these struggles, it’s important to grasp what the…

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Various Types Of DUI Alcohol Testing

In the state of Los Angeles, driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or other intoxicants, such as drugs, is considered a criminal offence. However, in order to prosecute someone or charge someone for DUI, you need to prove that the person was actually impaired while driving. There are different…

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