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Analysis the Traces Identified in the Case of Violent Crimes

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  • Ovidiu Andrei Hamburda

    (University “Stefan cel Mare,†Suceava, Romania)

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The studies and research show that in almost all countries of the world, violent crimes are on the rise. Against this background, the criminal prosecution authorities - the police and the prosecutor's office, as institutions of the rule of law, improve investigative procedures, using the scientific means and methods necessary to prove guilty and to prosecute the perpetrators. Human-environment interaction gives rise to the most different traces that can be useful in determining the time or succession of occurrence events, as well as determining human behavior in this process. Any human activity deployed in time and space, through physical movements, leaves in that place different changes from the previous situation, which is preserved for an appreciable period of time. Depending on all the elements presented, you can reconstitute the dynamic picture of the deed. The traces come to occupy the central place in science of forensics, so that at present no one can imagine a crime committed by physical movements of the person, without the proper traces being made at the place where it was committed.

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  • Ovidiu Andrei Hamburda, 2019. "Analysis the Traces Identified in the Case of Violent Crimes," Proceedings of the 12th International RAIS Conference, April 3-4, 2019 31HO, Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:smo:cpaper:31ho
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    crime; forensics; investigation; movement; police; traces;
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