Types of forensic evidence
1- What is meant by forensic evidence:
It is the method used in the stages of the criminal case to reveal the truth that leads to the conviction of the judge.
Forensic evidence is of a multiform nature and means of obtaining it, including examination.
Forensic evidence in forensic evidence is closely related to the examination
Types of forensic evidence:
Where to get it:
- Physical evidence: affects direct conviction (inspection, inspection, seizure of things
- Anecdotal or moral evidence: the elements of which do not consist of the material, but the statements of the witnesses and the victim, and the confession of the accused
The conviction of the judge here is in two stages =
Convinced of the source of these sayings and then convinced of them
Direct evidence: is the one that focuses on the incident directly
Indirect evidence (situational evidence)
There are those who divide it into:
- Evidence: It is based on concrete facts and is usually the most honest
Documentary evidence: Like physical evidence includes written documents
- Evidence of testimony: moral evidence provided by the witness.
Judicial Note: The case information on the incident drawn from the case papers.
Divide it by Rolando: live guide - situational guide - additional guide
Ramses Behnam divided it: moral evidence - psychological evidence - physical evidence - evidence of crime - evidence of conviction