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    Processing Crime Scene Evidence

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    Identify the two types of evidence from the crime that you selected.

    Explain how to properly process each piece of evidence. In your explanation, be sure to include the steps that you would take.

    Explain at least two consequences of not properly processing the evidence that you selected. Be specific.

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    The two types of evidence from the crime that I selected for this week's discussion, are physical evidence and biological evidence. Biological evidence is usually the most commonly found form of evidence at a crime scene, due to the fact that this evidence is essentially comprised of physical objects, and these objects are usually readily accessible at most crime scenes. Physical evidence can vary in size from a building or structure, to the smallest microscopic clothing fiber. A key determining factor that constitutes physical evidence, ...

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    The solution processes crime scene evidence.

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