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Forensic Science
Crime today is at an extreme high. However, forensic science has been there to help solve every crime committed. Science is the technology used to help forensic teams to analyze and solve crimes. What can look obvious to the naked eye could actually be a whole other story. Evidence can range from hair samples, to DNA, to semen, to finger prints, and many more. Over the years, forensic science has helped revolutionize law enforcement. 
Forensic science has been around for a long time and many of the old techniques are still used today. Many people have contributed to the start of forensic science. Edmond Locard was a physician who established “one of the first crime laboratories in 1910, in Lyon, France”(“Crime Laboratory” 909). He helped develop various methods to investigate crimes. 
Alphonse Bertillon developed a method of “identifying persons according to their measurements. This method is called the Bertillon method”(“Crime Laboratory” 910). However, by late 1910, fingerprinting had replaced the Bertillon system almost entirely as a more accurate method of identification. This new method was developed by Sir Francis Galton. 
The first crime laboratory in the United was established in Los Angeles in 1923. “Today, the nation has over 250 crime laboratories”(“Crime Laboratory” 910). 
Many other organizations would soon be developed. The FBI’s crime laboratory was organized in 1932. It ranks as one of the “finest in the world”(“Crime Laboratory” 910). 
A crime laboratory uses several different techniques to identify and analyze evidence. Such techniques include microscopic examination, chemical treatments, and the use of special instruments. 
The most effective type of evidence is DNA identification. It has the power to save people and to prosecute the guilty. DNA helps to identify potential suspects involved in a crime, exonerate any suspect wrongly accused, and helps identify the crime its...
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