A forensic specialist can help bring the expertise you need, when you need it.
If you are preparing for an important court case and you do not want to leave any stones unturned, it is time to make sure that you are reaping the benefits of forensic science for your case. Enlisting the help of The Forensic Experts Group will give you access to the experience and knowledge of well-respected forensic scientists in Singapore.
BENEFIT FROM AN INSIDER’S INSIGHTS OF THE FORENSIC PROCESS
You can enlist our help at various stages of your investigation to perform any of the following:
Source of flowchart: The Unbroken Chain – from the Crime Scene to the Courtroom (2013) Lim Chin Chin, Chia Poh Ling, Vicky Chow, Michael Tay, Issue 5, ForensicAsia, Asian Forensic Science Network Newsletter.
We can help you perform the scene analysis, examine the physical evidence involved in your case, reconstruct the scene to gain new information, prove or disprove eyewitness accounts of an incident, and a variety of other details specific to your case. We understand what it takes to withstand the fatigue of intense trial cross-examination.
ACTIVATE A FORENSIC SPECIALIST TO THE SCENE
Once a crime or accident occurs, you are presented with the task of examining and analysing the scene, collecting evidence and interviewing eyewitnesses. Regardless of which side of the case you find yourself, you may worry that evidence could be missed or mishandled. If you are involved in an accident, you may be concerned that the other party may not be honest with their account of what occurred.
We are always available when you need expert assistance in handling a crime or accident scene. From collecting the evidence and analysing the entire scene, there are millions of small details that must be thought through and implemented professionally for admissibility of evidence. With our assistance, the scene will be less confusing and far more insightful for your case/investigation.
BRING THE EVIDENCE TO THE EXPERTS
Once physical evidence is collected from a scene, it must be properly stored and processed. The relevant tests must be performed in a reliable and scientifically proven manner. You risk losing the case if the evidence is contaminated or the tests performed and scientific findings are unable to withstand court scrutiny. The Forensic Experts Group has forensic scientists ready to apply their expertise to advise you on the best tests and procedures for the evidence, and to examine the physical evidence and provide solutions to your questions.
RECONSTRUCT THE SCENE
Analysing the aftermath of a crime or accident isn’t always enough. Often times, you need to reconstruct the scene in order to gain new insights into what really happened. For scene reconstruction, specialised skills and knowledge sets are required on the part of the forensic scientist to piece together what happened, who was involved, when, where and how it happened.
You need more than book knowledge and training to efficiently reconstruct any type of crime or accident scene. Our forensic scientists have more than 80 years of experience and have reported on many complex and challenging cases, so we understand that critical and logical thinking must work together to determine potential scenarios, identify critical pieces of the puzzle, and put them altogether in an objective manner that can stand up in court.
PUT US ON THE STAND
Once the evidence has been examined, the scene reconstructed, the forensic reports written, and your witnesses are ready to take the stand, you’ll need forensic experts to clearly explain the scientific findings in Court, in order to draw on objective physical evidence to further support and reinforce the arguments and submissions you put forth in Court.
WE CAN DO MORE
Besides the traditional use of forensic science for investigation and court purposes, forensic science can do more. It can provide intelligence and investigative leads, and influence tasking and coordination during the early stages of the investigation process. Law enforcement agencies are beginning to see the value of trace materials in answering the “what happened” question, rather than just the “who did it” question during their investigation. We can help answer that question for you.
- Value of Forensic Reconstruction
- Apply Forensic Expert Analysis to Your Case
- The Effective Expert Witness
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