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Tues. 630pm- Wed. 730am
Use phone and camera records to find out Mr. T.'s exact time of arrival at office
Where was the 2pm lunch? Get name of colleague.
Verify return to office, if alone, phone or appointment records..
630 PM Likely TOD
Office of Tort, PC
File Cabinet & Strewn Files
Doors into Offices
Window to Outside
Window to Outside
Mr. T.'s desk and computer station
Computer on Floor
Elevators & Stairwell
"Evidence Collection Guidelines." (n.d.). Crime Scene Investigator Network. Retrieved December 17, 2011, from http://www.crime-scene-investigator.net/collect.html
"Latent Fingerprints and Impression Evidence." (2011, June 21). Department of Forensic
Science. Retrieved from Virginia Government website: http://www.dfs.virginia.gov/services/latentFingerprints/index.cfm