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    1. What role should the forensic accountant play in collecting evidence? Should evidence collection and preservation be left only for law enforcement professionals?

    2. What roles does physical evidence play in financial crimes versus witnesses and confessions?

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    1. What role should the forensic accountant play in collecting evidence? Should evidence collection and preservation be left only for law enforcement professionals?

    The forensic accountant should play an important role in collecting evidence. The reason for this is that she has a good understanding of business, information and financial systems. Further, the forensic accountant has a good knowledge of accounting and auditing and so is most equipped to collect evidence relating to financial matters. As the forensic accountant is trained in investigative techniques he is trained to collect evidence.

    The law enforcement professional are trained to collect evidence on the scene of a crime. ...

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