History of Forensic Science

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Francis Henry Galton had a major contribution to forensic science. He was the first person to use fingerprints as groundwork in criminal cases. It was his study of details in prints to compare them with others. He also provided the first workable fingerprint classification system (Unknown, n.d.).

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History of Forensic ScienceCJE 1640 Week 2 Individual WorkFrancis Henry Galton had a major contribution to forensic science. He was the first person to use fingerprints as groundwork in criminal cases. It was his study of details in prints to compare them with others. He also provided the first workable fingerprint classification system (Unknown, n.d.). The father of forensic toxicology is Mathieu Orifila. He was the first great 19th-century advocate of forensic medicine (Unknown, 2012). He worked to make the study of chemicals a routine part of forensics. He is recognized a

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