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May 26, 2010
Types of Forensics
by: Glenn Wilcher

I assume you are wanting the various disciplines with the term "Forensic".

Forensic simply means pertaining to the law. Examples are many:

Forensic Pathology, Toxicology, Document Examiner, Palynologist (study of soil and pollens as evidence, Accountant, Psychologist / Psychiatrist, Anthropologist, Anatomist, Podiatrist etc.

Whatever discipline you work in if you are qualified with extensive experience and you give evidence in court in criminal matters specific to your specialization the word "Forenisc " is usually placed before the occupation.

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