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Question 5
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Contributor: atoatl2009
Category: Forensic Science
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Running head: QUESTION 5 1 Question 5 Your Name Your University Running head: QUESTION 5 2 Abstract A magnificent example that describes investigators and examiners to fully apply their skills learned in order to produce the best outcome. By interpreting the data that is in front of their eyes and applying common sense to the activities that can take place in an accident, specialist are able to detect and solve crimes such as this example in this piece of work. Running head: QUESTION 5 3 Question 5 Based on the information that was provided, along with the different variables and factors that can dictate the modifications that involve the complete surroundings, it is safe to make the call that occupant A is the driver, while in the other hand occupant B is the passenger. It is difficult to come out to a conclusion, specially when giving the factors such as the vehicle did not posses air bags and the individuals were somewhat unconscious. Occupant A The reason behind why occupant A is more likely to be the driver in the accident, is due to the fact that occupant A had a laceration of the forehead. The laceration in the forehead can provide the intelligence that was due to hitting the individual’s head on the windshield. In order to achieve a broken femur, there must a tremendous amount of force and in this case it was caused due to the driver applying pressure on the break and applying tension on the legs throughout the impact. Also, the broken right thumb took place while holding the steering wheel as bracing for impact (Spitz, Clark, Fisher, & Spitz, 2006).  Occupant B In the other hand, occupant B more likely would be the passenger in this accident due to the possessing a fracture on the right ankle. This fracture to the right ankle could be the result of the individual bracing the feet to the firewall of the floor throughout the tremendous impact. Also, the dicing wounds to the right of the face, could be explained as it was mentioned that the passenger side window was crushed. This incident can aid on explaining the individual’s injury Running head: QUESTION 5 4 to the right of the face and dicing as an outcome of several short lacerations from the glass. Finally, the broken hip can be interpreted as another injury that took place throughout the impact. Running head: QUESTION 5 5 References: Spitz, D.J., Clark, R., Fisher, R.S., & Spitz, W.U. (2006).  Spitz and Fisher’s medicolegal investigation of death: Guidelines for the application of pathology to crime investigation (4th ed.). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

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