Rifled Gun – Midterm Examination Criminalistics

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Rifled Gun Midterm Examination Criminalistics

The key terms in this Crimintalistics/Forensics course include Rifled Gun, Physical Property, Substance.


The caliber of a rifled gun describes the size of the bullet that is fired through the gun.

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A Physical property describes the behavior of a substance without reference to any other substance.

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A crater shaped hole in glass is narrower on the side where a projectile entered the glass.

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A detailed or finished sketch is a precise rendering of the crime scene, usually drawn to scale.

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A microscopic examination of a hair can determine whether a hair is animal or human in origin.

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Rifled Gun – Midterm Examination Criminalistics


A microscopic examination of a human hair can determine the age of the person who committed the crime.

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A microscopic examination of a human hair can determine the general body area from where it originated.

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A physical property is one that describes the behavior of a substance when it reacts or combines with another substance.

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A rough sketch should always be done at the crime scene, at the time the search for physical evidence is being conducted.

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A standard or reference sample is physical evidence whose origin is known.

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A void area can demonstrate something moved after blood shed, so a shape (clean area) is present

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False


The caliber of a rifled gun describes the size of the bullet that is fired through the gun.

True

False


A Physical property describes the behavior of a substance without reference to any other substance.

True

False


A crater shaped hole in glass is narrower on the side where a projectile entered the glass.

True

False


A wear pattern can impart individual characteristics to a shoe.

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False


An individual can permanently remove their fingerprints by the use of sandpaper or acid to remove the epidermal ridges.

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False


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