Explain the similarities and differences between liquid-blood collection and dried/moist-blood collection

When there is a violent crime, the probability of finding blood spatter is extremely high. If the blood is still in a liquid form, there is a specific way to collect this blood. If the blood is dried or moist, there is another specific method to collect that sample. 

Assignment Guidelines

  • Address the following in 1,000–1,250 words:
    • Explain the similarities and differences between liquid-blood collection and dried/moist-blood collection.
      • What protective health measures must be taken? Why?
      • What techniques and processes must be followed? Explain.
      • How might evidence contamination occur? Explain.
      • How do forensic scientists collect data from the samples? Explain.
      • How would you package the samples? Explain.
    • What information would you have to supply in the documentation of blood evidence? Be specific, and explain why.
  • Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.

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