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Forensic science is the study of scientific advancement and the application of science to criminal and civil laws. A Forensic Scientist gathers the evidences preserve through the field of crime investigation. The word forensic derived from the Latin term Forensic, meaning "of or before the forum." History of the term is originated during which a criminal charge to present the case before a group of public individuals in the forum from the Roman times. It involves several scientific fields in process of retaining evidence, such as Medicine, Microbiology, Pathology, Chemistry etc. As well every cutting-edge technology used by the Forensic Researcher will be an effort by Forensic Science to prove a crime. Forensic Scientist testifies as expert witness in both Civil and Criminal cases, and can work for either defence or prosecution.

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Forensic Psychology is a study to  analyse  a rapidly growing discipline professionally practiced by Psychologists within the areas of Clinical Psychology, Counselling Psychology, School Psychology, Forensic Statistics and they are engaged as experts and represent themselves in an activity primarily intended to provide professional Psychological expertise to the judicial system.

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Forensic Psychiatry is a sub-speciality and is related to Criminology. A Forensic Psychiatrist provides services such as determination of competency to stand trial – to facilitate the adjudicative process to the court and provide treatment like medications and Psychotherapy to Criminals.

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Forensic Medicine is the Science that deals with the application of medical knowledge to legal questions. It was recognized as a specialty early in the 19th century. The primary tool of Forensic Medicine has always been the autopsy. Detailed information about the type of weapon used by examining the importance of contextual information by the Forensic Pathologist. In case of death, caused by a weapon to identify the dead, autopsies are used to conduct /determine the cause of death. A major factor in the identification of victims of disaster, such as landslide or plane crash. In cause of death determinations a Forensic Pathologists can significantly affect the outcome of trials dealing with insurance and inheritance.

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Toxicology is a study effects on the Drugs and Chemicals on biological systems. It deals with the application of Toxicology to cases and issues where those effects have administrative or medico‚Äźlegal consequences, and the results are likely to be used in court. It is a Modern Science, based on published and widely accepted scientific methods and practices, for both analysis of Drugs in Biological Materials, and interpretation of those results. Many of the employees have been derived from innovations in Clinical Medicine and Academic Laboratories throughout the world. Forensic Toxicologists work with Pathologists and coroners is to establish the role of alcohol, drugs and poisons in the causation of death. The presence of Drugs and Chemicals in Blood and Tissue samples were identified by the Toxicologist. Pharmacology is the study of  Medicine and Biology concerned with the study of Drug action, where a Drug can be broadly defined as any man-made, natural and endogenous (from within Body) molecule which exerts a Biochemical and/or Physiological effect on the organisms (sometimes the word pharmacon  is used as a term to encompass these endogenous and exogenous bioactive species).

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