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What makes Forensic Scientist job different from other criminal investigators?

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There is always a small difference between jobs that are related and I was wondering what was the difference between the two. #forensic-science #criminal-justice

Criminal Justice deals with police cases. But, Forensic Science deals with the body and you have to have a strong stomach to do that stuff. You will open the body and try to find the cause of death. Lexi E.
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Both fields begin after the crime. They work in the field primarily, gathering and analyzing evidence, utilizing such in a way to uncover truth take appropriate action. Crime scene investigators are usually first at the scene and it is here, where they collect evidence and reenact possible scenarios. Once all evidence is collected, Forensic Scientists analyze evidence (usually in a lab) through a series of test and databases.
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