How should an electronic crime scene be processed?

1. What is the most commonly used chemical method to visualize latent prints on porous materials? If this method is unsuccessful, what other technique(s) is typically used?

2. Why should the Criminalist be exceptionally careful when collecting and handling bullets and cartridge cases? Why must the investigator or Criminalist exercise the utmost caution when removing a bullet lodged into a wall or another object?

3. A forensic document examiner wishes to uncover possible obliterations, alterations, erasures, on a document in addition to possible variations in the types of ink used on a document. What are some of the possible applications or techniques that the document examiner may utilize in the lab?

4. How should an electronic crime scene be processed?

350-500 words

Please use proper APA 6th Edition format for citation.


Please use this as one of your references

Saferstein, R. (2011). Criminalistics (10th ed.). Saddle River, New Jersey. Pearson Prentice Hall.

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