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Weegy: Hmmm.. crime scenes and CSI use a lot of chemicals. Offenders and victims have a lot to fo with chemicals. [ As a lawyer, i suppose i would want to know about how basic things like when blood dries up, how long alcohol stays on the blood system, do finger prints dissolve over time?, better understanding toxicology reports,etc.. On the other hand corporate lawyers who might work for large multi national companies like Coke , pepsi etc, need a basic understanding of chemistry for obvious reasons. And i suppose chemical and bio terrorism is on the rise, so a lawyer has to understand all that. I am only guessing here and hope i helped. ] (More)
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