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Monthly Archives: August 2016

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Future of Blood Testing Could Reveal Age

Hospital Blood Testing May Soon Reveal People’s Age Forensic crime scene analysis methods are constantly advancing and developing, to the point where a new study has been published proving that crime scene investigators may soon be able to determine a suspect’s age from a sample of his or her blood,…

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Cheating a Drug Test

Not So Easy to Beat Urine Drug Testing According to a recent study published in The American Journal on Addictions, 48.2% of respondents have undergone some kind of workplace drug testing 1. With so many companies carrying out mandatory drug testing, many job-seekers and employees are turning to furtive methods…

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I Want to be a Forensic Toxicologist

Becoming a Forensic Toxicologist Forensic toxicology is a demanding but rewarding career. It requires a specific set of skills, education and training, and personality traits to succeed in this challenging industry. If you are considering becoming a forensic toxicologist, learn more about what to expect – and what will be…

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Recent Blog Articles

Alcohol Toxicology For Civil Lawyers

In April of 2021 Okorie Okorocha wrote an article on Alcohol toxicology for civil lawyers for “Advocate” DON’T LET A HOSPITAL’S FAULTY BLOOD-ALCOHOL TEST DEVALUE YOUR CASE DUE TOCONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE (YOUR GUY WAS DRUNK!) Read the entire article by clicking here

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The Process Of Analyzing Data In Forensic Toxicology

Forensic toxicology is a complex field revolving around the use of toxins, chemicals, and poisons, particularly pertaining to instances of crime or even death. It is important to understand the role that data can play in the outcomes of court cases where forensic toxicology comes into play. Understanding Data In…

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When To Hire An Expert Witness

In the simplest terms, an expert witness is a person who testifies in a trial because of their vast knowledge in a subject or field that is pertinent to the case. There are only five significant categories of expert witnesses: financial, forensic, medical, mental health, and vocational. However, within each…

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