forensic science A to Z challenge?

“J” decides the outcome of a case (4 letters)

jury
kidnapping
lock
microscope
noses
observations
printings
roses
stuffs
ultraviolet
verdict
w-
Y chromosome

Science A To Z Challenge

Jury
Kidnapping
Laws
microscope
noses
observations
*if your thought is pentathol that would be innacurate and illegal,
*if your thought is rings, again wrong.
*I’m at a loss for where you are going with this one
ultra-violet (not technically correct either), generally “alternate light sources” are used, wavelenth adjusted dependant on what type of substance is suspected.
verdict
wound, matching a wound to a specific weapon is a fiction of CSI and other tv shows that are not true to the science they protray
y-chromosome (not technically a correct question, chromosomes are not “part” of DNA)

arson
blood
crime scene
detective
eye witness
footprint
gunshot residue
hairs
innocent
jury
kidnapping
lamp
microscope
noses
observation
paintings
questions
ridge
ultraviolet
wound
xray
y- chromosome

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forensic science A to Z challenge?
“J” decides the outcome of a case (4 letters)
“K” taking a person against their will (10 letters)
“L” you don’t want to break these (4 letters)
“M” instrument used to analyze evidence (10 letters)
“N” doges may use these to find accelerants…

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Answer 6

judge
kidnapping
locks
microscope
noses
ultra violet
that’s All i know. cOOL PUZZLE

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