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Describe the four investigative stages and activities in forensic science and criminal justice system. Discuss the challenges of each of these four stages in forensic science and criminal justice
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The first treatise describing the application of scientific disciplines to the field of criminal investigation was written by Hans Gross in 1893. [ [ In his book Criminal Investigation, he detailed the assistance that investigators could expect from the fields of microscopy, chemistry, physics, mineralogy, zoology, botany, anatomy and physiology, and fingerprinting. ] ]
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