Journal of Forensic Research

ISSN: 2157-7145

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Kumar A

Assistant Director (Scene of Crime), Forensic Science Laboratory (Haryana) Madhuban,

  • Research Article
    Reconstruction of Crime Scene, a Forensic Technique used in Substantiating Alleged Homicide into Accidental Death: A Case Study
    Author(s): Kumar A and Goyal MKKumar A and Goyal MK

    Crime scene reconstruction is the process of determining or eliminating the events that occurred at the crime scene by analysis of physical evidences. Through this paper we will discuss a case of accident that was turned into murder (i.e. Under Section 302 of Indian Penal Court) because the family members of the deceased alleged that the deceased was murdered and then dragged by tying to a vehicle to dispose off the body and to destroy the evidences. In this paper we discuss how this sensational case was solved by the scientists of Forensic Science Laboratory, Haryana through the reconstruction of crime scene by analyzing crime scene appearance, the locations and positions of the physical evidence, and the injuries to the deceased. This involved scientific crime scene investigation, interpretation of patterned evidence at the scene, laboratory testing of the physical evidence, systema.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2157-7145.1000387

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