Taking a Closer Look at Forensics In M.v.

Christ the King High School’s forensic science class recently participated in Locard’s Principle Activity, during which students at the Middle Village institution spent a day wearing white t-shirts, then examined them using various forensic tests and analytic methods. As described, the Locard Principle applies the theory that anytime two objects come into contact, there is always a transfer of evidence from one object to another. The young forensic scientists pictured at work are (from left to right) Kristina DeSena, Nestor Espinoza, Christopher Cabrera and Valentina Nunez.

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