Origin of forensic
Examples from the Web for forensic
Forensic tests showed the birds died after becoming coated in sludge, Hubbard said.Two Texas Regulators Tried to Enforce the Rules. They Were Fired.|David Hasemyer, InsideClimate News|December 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
To what extent was the testimony the grand jury heard corroborated or contradicted by forensic evidence?Ferguson’s Grand Jury Bought Darren Wilson’s Story|Paul Campos|November 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
If true, it will have a discernable consistency with the forensic evidence.
I found the section of the book on forensic archaeology fascinating.
A National Transportation Safety Board investigation will deliver a forensic rigor that has been so far lacking.Virgin Galactic’s Flight Path to Disaster: A Clash of High Risk and Hyperbole|Clive Irving|November 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Yet the forensic cleverness of a pleader may be detected in the account he gives of his relations with this woman.The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi|Count Carlo Gozzi
Then see how this skeleton is built into a forensic by the splendid rhetoric of the great British statesman.Elements of Debating|Leverett S. Lyon
One is the common ignorance of legal or forensic medicine among the members of the profession.
He was now past fifty years of age, in the prime of his strength and in the height of his forensic fame.Beacon Lights of History, Volume III|John Lord
But it was in forensic eloquence that Cicero was pre-eminent, in which he had but one equal in ancient times.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
British Dictionary definitions for forensic
Word Origin for forensic
Word Origin and History for forensic
"pertaining to or suitable for courts of law," 1650s, from Latin forensis "of a forum, place of assembly," from forum "public place" (see forum). Used in sense of "pertaining to legal trials," as in forensic medicine (1845). Related: Forensical (1580s).