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Multiple Choice

This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
The oldest forensic laboratory in the United States is that of the

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Question 2.
All of the following are basic services provided by "full-service crime laboratories" except

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Question 3.
Which of the following is not an optional service which may be provided by a full-service crime laboratory?

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Question 4.
The standard guideline for determining the judicial admissibility of scientific examination stemmed from which court ruling?

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Question 5.
The examination of bitemark evidence and its relation to a criminal investigation is known as:

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Question 6.
The Federal Rules of Evidence which deals with the admissibility of expert testimony is

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Question 7.
The scientist who maintained that when a criminal came in contact with an object or person a cross-transfer of evidence would occur was

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Question 8.
Which discipline does not fall under the umbrella of forensic science:

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Question 9.
Which individual contributed knowledge to the forensic characterization of blood:

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Question 10.
A basic function of a forensic scientist includes:

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