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. __________ left behind at the crime scene is helpful in reconstruction to support or contradict accounts given by witnesses and/or suspects. (Points : 4) Information Circumstantial
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The physical evidence left behind at the crime scene is helpful in reconstruction to support or contradict accounts given by witnesses and/or suspects.
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To avoid letting personal beliefs or biases affect the conclusions reached through observations, crime scene reconstruction teams must practice:
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he recreation of events at the crime scene, called a(n) ___________, may be performed by live personnel, mannequins, or computer generated models. (Points : 4) Crime scene reconstruction Theorists Reenactment Actioni
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The recreation of events at the crime scene, called a REENACTMENT, may be performed by live personnel, mannequins, or computer generated models.


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__________ left behind at the crime scene is helpful in reconstruction to support or contradict accounts given by witnesses and/or suspects.
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The physical evidence left behind at the crime scene is helpful in reconstruction to support or contradict accounts given by witnesses and/or suspects.
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