This paper illustrates that when conducting a crime scene investigation, and the use of bloodstain pattern interpretation is needed, deciding what tools to use can be of most importance. When determining the point of origin of bloodstain patterns, a decision must be made to utilize the computer or manually stringing a bloody crime scene. Each has its time and place
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