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date: 18 February 2020

seized drug analysis 

Source:
A Dictionary of Forensic Science
Author(s):

Suzanne Bell

The subdiscipline of forensic science that deals with the analysis of drugs as physical evidence. This is in contrast to drugs as biological evidence as is the case with forensic toxicology. Examples of seized drug evidence include pills, powders, and plant material. What drugs are considered illegal varies from country to country.... ...

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