Crime Scene Investigator

Criminal Defense Lawyers know that upon arrival at the location of a crime, the crime scene investigators, or detectives, assume charge of the scene. They may require the assistance of the uniformed officers for perimeter control, crowd control, media access, and security. If they require no further assistance from the uniformed officers, the detective in charge may dismiss them to continue their patrol duties. At this point the investigation begins. Criminal defense lawyers will be most concerned with the manner in which any investigation is undertaken. Detectives use a variety of means to solve crimes of all types. Those means can be as simple as speaking with witnesses. Investigators can also use any number of scientific tests to aid them in mounting evidence against an suspect.

CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY WILLIAM MOORE ON TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT OF THE CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATOR

Criminal attorneys in Fort Lauderdale, know that each police investigator has their favorite method and means of evidence collection, although the end result must remain the same. All samples must be presented to the laboratories in a similar manner that adheres to the rules governing the collection and handling of evidence. The equipment used by these specialists is becoming more standardized and sophisticated with each passing year. For Example, the Sunrise, Florida Police Department recently updated their  criminal forensics technology significantly.