Origin of forensic
Examples from the Web for forensics
So, after nine days, what can really be understood about the forensics of this tragedy?The Baseless Rush to Blame the Pilots of Flight 370|Clive Irving|March 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Where bodies are planted to study the forensics of decomposition.
During one court battle, Weitzman says, a husband accused of abuse was asked to have his car appraised by forensics experts.Domestic Violence Among the Wealthy Hides Behind ‘Veil of Silence’|Eliza Shapiro|February 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Your government needs to step in and provide direct assistance with an expert team …[that will] help with the forensics.
Why do you think people are suddenly so intrigued by forensics?Patricia Cornwell Talks New Book, 'Red Mist,' Forensics, and Angelina Jolie|Janice Kaplan|December 13, 2011|DAILY BEAST
I ought to have gained much more than I did gain from writing the themes and forensics.Theodore Roosevelt|Theodore Roosevelt
The literary societies give excellent training in forensics.
With all his love for forensics as such, Lang had solid convictions.Roosevelt in the Bad Lands|H. Hagedorn.
Finally things settled down to jury trials and men let lawyers do most of the fighting with forensics instead of forty-fives.When the West Was Young|Frederick R. Bechdolt
British Dictionary definitions for forensics (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for forensics (2 of 2)
Word Origin for forensic
Word Origin and History for forensics
"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).