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Collection and Preservation of Blood Evidence from Crime Scenes

Since blood evidence associated with a crime can provide information that may solve the case, it is essential to correctly document, collect, and preserve this type of evidence. Improperly handled blood evidence can weaken or destroy a potential source of facts in a case. This paper discusses the three categories of bloodstain analysis and suggests ways of preserving them.
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