Korajlić, Nedžad; Kešetović, Želimir; Halilović, Haris; Dautbegović, Almin
March 2007
Journal of Criminal Justice Issues (Kriminalisticke teme);2007, Vol. 6 Issue 1/2, p49
Academic Journal
Material traces on crime scene are one of the most critical areas of police work. One of the wrong approaches to this issue is modern consideration of forensic science that works with material evidences is only work in criminalistic laboratories. Ability of criminalistic laboratory to give an explanation on scientific base greatly depends on perception, collecting and documentation of evidences at crime scene. So in that context criminalists became a part of forensic science, as well as professional in laboratory who submit detected evidences to appropriate forensic expertise.


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