Evolution of the Forensic Science and Law

  • Durga Bhardwaj
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  • Durga Bhardwaj

    Student at Manav Rachna University, India

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History, progress, advantages, and disadvantages. The discussion delves into the ancient roots of forensic science and how the subject has changed over time in response to shifting societal requirements and technological advances. It also looks at the significant innovations that have shaped forensic science, such as the use of DNA analysis, the founding of forensic laboratories, and the development of new evidence-analysis tools. The discussion focuses on the benefits of forensic science, such as its capacity to solve crimes, identify suspects, and exonerate the innocent, as well as its role in furthering scientific knowledge and improving public safety. It also analyses some of the possible disadvantages of forensic science, such as the risk of relying too much on forensic evidence, technology limits, human mistake, bias, and cost and time restrictions. Finally, the discussion considers the influence of forensic science evolution on the criminal justice system and society as a whole, as well as continuous attempts to enhance the discipline through research, training, and quality control methods.





International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 2, Page 1888 - 1895

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.114580

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